Niagara Falls High School - Niagarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)
- Class of 1955
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Because of your example of the qualities that make one re-
spected and loved, we dedicate the 1955 Niagarian to Mrs,
Gertrude Tresselt. To many ot us, you have been an inspiration.
We have profited by your friendly attitude and willingness to
assist at all times. By your extensive and valuable work with young
people in our school and community, you have served us well.
Theretore it is fitting that we dedicate our yearbook to you.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Mrs. May L. Bialecki, Mr. Wesley Kester, Mrs. Laura M. Piter, Miss Nea Brown, Secretary. SECOND
ROW: James H. Erwin, Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Charles M. Brent, Mr. Peter Longhine, Mr. Victor DeWysocki, Dr. William J.
Small, Superintendent, Mr. Frank Lang, Business Manager. NOT PICTURED: Mr. William L. Salacuse, Presidentg Mrs. John Runals, Mr,
Arthur M. Silberberg.
Board Of Education
Members of the Board ot Education are the sponsors ot station N.F.l-l.S. They
have been responsible for providing our facilities, equipment and statt, We appreciate
the service they render to us and the citizens of Niagara Falls.
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WlLLlAM J. SMALL JAMES H, ERWIN
Superintendent of Schools Deputy Superintendent
To the Class of 1955
To the Class of i955
The theme of your yearbook, "Television," is as modern
as the break of a new day. We are living in an exciting age
of great inventiveness. Every day some new commodity of
great usefulness is called to our attention. In our excitement
over the new, may we ever remember that our nation's true
wealth and greatness consist not in an abundance of the
things which we possess but in the justice of her institutions.
My best wishes go with you as you leave Niagara Falls
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To the Class of i955
Congratulations upon completing one more phase of
your educational growth.
Never before have there been such demands upon our
capacities for alertness and understanding. Television, for
example, may in time bring the whole world to our door-
steps, even now it is enriching our lives both in entertainment
and increased knowledge. As an educated person, you are
surely called upon, not only to see and hear what is going
on around you, but to discriminate, to evaluate, and to act
upon your conclusions. l believe that young people today
are prepared to be, not merely passive viewers of life, but
active, participating responsible citizens.
My best wishes to each one of you for a happy and suc-
DOROTHY APPLE FRANK BAGGALLAY
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In appreciation of your many years of service
as a guidance counselor at Niagara Falls High
School, our thanks.
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LEFT Io RIGHT: Carol Stevens, Ales-
sandra Tecchio, Phyllis Diugoz, Sa! Pace,
Class Flower and Color
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ziIIo, George Lansfrum, Co-
LEFT lo RIGHT: Sue Jackson, Paul
Ruben, Frank Alongi, Sally Cice'o.
LEFT fo RIGHT: Dolores Las-
ka, Angelo LaDuca, Co-
LEFT to RIGHT: Barbara Col-
lins, Clwaries McVie, Co-
Cap and Gown
LEFT to RIGHT: Faye Marj-
ano, Tanis PedIow, Co-
Class Song LEFT to RIGHT: Elizaberh Jones, Molly
LEFT 10 RIGHT: Alfred DiRocco, LeiIa Greenwood, RoasaIie Goldstein, Bar-
Ulwri, Co-Chairmen. bara Hunf.
Senior Class History
Seniors, do you remember September 6, T953 when five hundred and sixty-four of you en-
tered Niagara Falls High School for the first time, and do you recall your bewilderment those first
"lt is a pleasure for me to welcome the Class of 1955 to Niagara Falls High School and to
wish for you a most happy and productive two years." Mr. Jack was confident that your class would
continue to carry on the high traditions of N.F.H.S,
Yes, Seniors, you must remember, for This ls Your Life'
"Go Niagara go, Go Niagara go, Hit 'em high .. ." This was an ever popular cheer as the '53 foot-
ball season progressed. It proved to be a victory cheer for the J.V. squad as they again carried on their
unbeaten record for the sixth consecutive year. It seems you were heeding Mr. Jack's suggestion that
"Hard work pays off."
"I appreciate the honor you have bestowed upon me and it is a pleasure to introduce the other
officers of our junior class, Al Masotti, Vice president, Barbara Milanovich, Secretary, and Jim Ritch-
lin, Treasurer, Mr. Brady will act as our advisor." Your ofticers did lead you in many successful activi-
ties, such as the Junior Class Assembly and the Junior Class issue of the Chronicle.
"This award will henceforth call to mind the services rendered to the students of this school
by Benjamin H. Timm." At a surprise assembly honoring Mr. Timm's retirement from teaching, Mr. Ros-
enthal presented an award to be given annually to the two students showing the best qualities of
citizenship, leadership, scholastic average, and school spirit. Linda Neff was the Junior Class recipient
of this first citizenship award.
"Vote Triple Ml Vote C.N.S.l" These were familiar sounds often heard echoing in your halls
during the week-long campaign for Student Council Officers. M.iVl.M. proved to be victorious in the
end, as Angelo Massaro captured the laurels as president, Al Massotti as Treasurer, and Barbara Mil-
anovich as Secretary.
"Have O r1lCe Summer." "I'll SGS yOU in the falll" These familiar farewells helped to close your
junior year. The entire class looked forward to returning in September as "Sophisticated Seniors."
Your junior year had been a memorable one and much enthusiasm was shown when your senior year
finally began. To carry the highest honors Of the class you chose Jerry Casper, his able co-workers
were: Eddie White, Linda Neft, and Hugh lvlurphy.
"The Giants don't stand a chance!" A few staunch Cleveland fans stood behind their team
while viewing the H54 World Series on the wide screen television set purchased by the student coun-
cil. This was a luxury appreciated by all.
"lf only l had sold another subscription." Yes, Kathryn England, if only you had, you would
have won the jackpot during the magazine sales. Karen Connell was high salesman for the class. The
sale proved to be a good project and your efforts helped to make your senior year a successful one.
Yes, Seniors, you've led a' rich, full life these two years at Niagara Falls High School. We
are sure that the future holds many opportunities in store for you.
lf the past sets a precedent for the future, the road of life upon which you are travelling should
continue to be a wide, clear, highway to success.
Winifred Lynch, chairman
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This is the place, Niagara Falls High School.
The facts you are about to read are true Nothing has been changed to protect anybody
We were working the day watch out of High School when in walked seven private eyes ff 1f', ,ng :t ple cf Senior Ques-
tionnaires. The seniors claimed their class of i955 was the most unique and gifted class to oe graduated from the Niagara
Falls High School. Our assignment was to investigate and gain evidence to prove the truth of sucn a s'aternent.
We started the investigation by securing the knowledge that the senior class consisted of 262 fernales ana l95 males.
Another piece of information we picked up was that the average boy is 3 days, 6 hours, 50 minutes, and 24 seconds older
than the average senior girl. Durn de dum dum.
We proved that the girls were outstanding in their beauty because it was necessary for on'y 32 of them to change the
color of their hair. l3O of the BeautyCultur1sts ofthe class of '55 agreed that short har is defirwtely the trend.
Our officers in patrol cars, patrolling the streets, noticed that IOO seniors drove, 242 walkcd, lO took the bus, and 4 took a
taxi to school.
With the assistance of Mr. Sawers and Mr. Rotella, we uncovered that all-important fact that l2O seniors took Driver's Educa-
tion first semester and approximately l2O were signed up to take it second semester.
From the Traffic Division, we found that 43 cars are registered to members of the senior class, We then decided to find
out if these cars were paid for.
We decided to investigate the social activities of the seniors and found that 5252 of them belong to an organization
such as a sorority, faternity, Y-teen, honor society, key club etc.
Pertaining to future plans the facts revealed that l5O plan on working, 4l are getting niarried, 37 are answering Uncle
Sam's call, i2 are going to loaf, and those 2l2 whose mental capacities have not been exhausted in high school will go on
Upon further investigation we found that these hep seniors chose as their favorite disc iockeysr Guy King, Bob Wells, and
"the man of the hour," Lucky Pierre.
The seniors proved their excellent taste by choosing Stan Kenton, Ray Anthony, and Glenn Miller as their favorite orchestras.
Eddie Fisher drew top honors as male vocalist while Joni James was voted favorite ferna'e singer. The Crewcuts "Sh-Boom
ed" their way to the top as the most popular group.
There were 66 "squares" who were definitely not planning on attending the Senior Prom, 44 are undecided, and the re-
maining 347 have given their promise to attend.
The girls good tastes were further proven by their choice of orchids and roses as their favorite corsages.
Dragnet was voted the best T.V. show by the critics of the Class of '55 with Medic and the George Gobel Show as close
With alli these facts, there wasn't a doubt in our minds that the Senior Class of i955 was the most unique and gifted class
to be graduated from the Niagara Falls High School,
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La t Will and Testament
We, the producer: of NFHS-TV, Channel l955, Nagara Falls, our contract having been fulfilled, deem it fitting and prop-
er to focus our cameras and adiust our microphones, to telecast the execution af our LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT.
Article I-To MR. JACK AND MISS BALLINGER, our capable directors, and their associates, to show our sincere gratitude for
your helpful guidance, we leave the studio intact.
Article II-To MR. BRADY, our station advisor, through the courtesy of our sponsors, the Curtis and Collier magazine companies,
we leave a full year's subscription to all of their magazines.
Article Ill-To the JUNIOR CLASS, with mixed sympathy and envy, we leave our comfortable contour chairs near the television
set, to ease away the countless hours of hornework.
Article IV-The following beneficiaries are the lucky recipients of these, our valuab'e possessions:
The SENIOR GIRLS donate to tne JUNIOR GIRLS, and v
our musical library that they didn't break, when two years of square dancing became too much to bear
LYNN BROOKS, the captain of the Usher Squad of this
next year's captain.
Item l, ery cheerfully we might add, any square dance records in
Item 2. studio, bequeaths her ticket stubs and leftover programs ta
tem 3. BARBARA COLLINS, one of our star performers, leaves
to PAT SIKORA,
Our "Quiz Kid," DAVID HOWELLS, leaves nis, and we
next year's Honor Society President
DIANE NASSAU, SARAH BRITMAN, and BARBARA l'lUNTr
ed copies of "The Three Musketeers," and Mr. HEROLD,
her teddy bear and half interest in the record "Sisters"
Item 4. quote, "Leadersh.p, Scholarship, Character, and Service" to
Item 5. the only members of the French IV class, leave autograph-
to their successors. We hope that Monsieur will not be
bored with his newly acquired peace.
DELPHINE GNIAZDOWSKI wills her sympathy to SANTO
pronounced ar misspelled as often as hers was.
Item 6. CANDELLA in hopes that next year his name is not mis-
7, JEANNE VERROCHI leaves a map locating the studio seats containing wad: of gum to any iunior who has equal energy
in exercising his or her jaws.
Item B. HDODO LASKA, MOLLY GREENWOOD, LOIS CAMPBELL, and the many other SENIOR GIRLS who wear crinolines,
bequeath them to any JUNIOR GIRLS also opposed to the Dior look
Item 9, TOM "LIBERACE" DAY's candelabra and toothy smile are to go to any iunior worthy of them.
Item IO. CLAUDE DIGGS bequeaths his let-propelled sneaks and spikes to JERRY CALANDRELLI.
ItomII.JUDY HARVEY and SUE JACKSON donate their halos Ihairbonds, reallyl to PHIL MERANTO, 'o keep whatever
hair he has out of his eyes.
Item l2."DOC" MASSOTTl's detailed high altitude weather reports go to MARIE BONGIORNO, in case she's interested.
Item I3. Attention GIRLSI BARBARA MILANOVICH leaves her brother "SONNY" to you. Now don't fightl
Item I4. All the SENIOR GIRLS who follow the fad of wearing kneesocks leave them to the JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
TEAM to keep their legs warm.
Item I5. PAUL RUBEN, our expert cameraman, donates his burned-out flash bulbs to the Physics department for further re-
search in the field of electricity.
Item I6. FRED MASTERMAN and the other thespians of our stage bequeath their worn-out scripts to Mr. BAGGALLAY with hope
that they can be put to use at some future time.
Item I7. JERRY CASPER bequeaths his shy smile to VITO SABETT,
Item I8.An album ol FRANKIE LAINE's records is willed to the school's musical library by FRANK PEDULLA to be played in
Item I9.To MR. BEDFORD we would like to leave an extra day in which to finish all his accumulated work.
20. The gigantic energy of pint-size FANNY LEVITT and CARM ANGELOSANTE goes to RONNIE MALACARNE and
ltem2I.BENNY PASCO wills his travelogues to the school to be shown on this station next year. Il any junior is also bitten
by the travelling bug, we hope he brings back films of the places BENNY never quite reached.
Item 22.MARY CARIDI leaves a vacant chair in the conference room and a list of leftover "Quotables" to next year's "Inquir-
the Class of I955, of Niagara Falls High School, City of Niagara Falls, State of New York, being of sound mind and
body, do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our Lost Will and Testament.
In Witness Whereol, we have hereunto set our hand and seal, in the presence of witnesses.
The foregoing instrument being duly signed, sealed, published, and declared by the Class of I955, as their Last Will and
Testament, in our presence and in the presence of each other, we hereunto subscribe our names as witnesses.
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PUBLISHED BY: SHARON BARKER
EDITED BY: SUE JACKSON, MARY PITONYAK
SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1975
12:30 P.M. Channel 4 TELEVISION EVENT OF THE
See the televised meeting of the President's cabinet,
directly from the White House. President ANGELO
LADUCA will introduce to the world Television audi-
ence his recently appointed cabinet, ANGELO MAS-
SARO, Secretary of State, HUGH MURPHY, Secretary
of the Treasury, LINDA NEFF, Secretary of the
Interior, JOAN MINICUCCI, Secretary of Defense:
CHUCK COLAVECCHIA, Secretary of Labor, JIM
RITCHLIN, Postmaster General, and EDWARD
WHITE, Vice-President. The newest position of Sec-
retary of the Wild Life that was established by the
President, is held by DICK SPENCER. Meet the
President's lovely wife, BARBARA GUGINO. Hear
stimulating comments on procedures by KAREN CON:
NELL, Editor of the New York Times. Don't miss it.
8:00 P.M. Channel 7 WORLD FAMOUS PIANISTS
AL DIROCCO and ELIZABETH CROWE will make their
T.V. debut from the MUZZILLO Auditorium. They are
known through-out the music world for their accom-
plished piano duets.
SUNDAY, JUNE 21, 1975
1:30 P.M. Channel 2 CAVALCADE OF SPORTS
GEORGE LANSTRUM and ELLIOT PUTNAM clash
in the National Open Golf Tourney sponsored by the
PASCO Golf Association. The TRUESDALE Cup for
good sportsmanship will be presented to the winner
of this event.
7:00 P.M. Channel 6 FRANK SINGSI
FRANK PEDULLA appears on his weekly television
show, sponsored by the TRAUB, TOMPKINS, AND
TRAPASSO Tire Corporation. As his guests, he will
have MADIE CURRIE, Metropolitan Opera Star and
DAVE KINSLEY, the bobby-soxers delight.
MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1975
5:30 P.M. Channel 10 UNIVERSITY OF BIRMING-
Dr. WALTER BUEHL and Dr. GEORGE VON FUCHS,
of the University's physics Department, question Dr.
WARREN EDDY, on his recent rocket experiment to
10:00 P.M. Channel 1 "THAT'S MY GlRL"
"A must for Monday!" starring BARBARA MILANO-
VICH with CHARLES KELLY, MARY ANNE MCNULTY
and DELPHINE GNIAZDOWSKI. This hilarious comedy
is written by MOLLY GREENWOOD, directed by
FRED MASTERMAN, and produced by MARY ANN
MODI. Don't miss itl
TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1975
4:45 P.M. Channel 7 TIPS FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS!
PAUL RUBEN, winner of the PINZOTTI Prize for
photographers, gives helpful hints to amateurs. His
subject this week will be how to take good action
shots of sports.
8:00 P.M. Channel 6 THIS IS SHOW BUSINESS!
SALLY CICERO, famed mistress of ceremonies, re-
views the life of TOM DAY, owner of the world
famous Day and Nightclub. Among the sparkling
personalities appearing out of the show business
world will be: PAT WALSH, JACK MCCRACKEN,
BARBARA COLLINS, BOB LOZINA, LYNN BROOKS,
and JANET WILSON.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1975
3:30 P.M. Channel 11 WEEKLY STOCK CAR RACES!
JUDY HARVEY and SUE CRAFTS will race in the
spine-tingling semifinals tonight at the PAUL IRISH
field. This event will be narrated by well known
sports caster, ELIZABETH COUGHLIN.
7:30 P.M. Channel 4 FASHION PARADE.
SYLVIA MACEY will reveal her latest creations to the
women ofthe United States. Models, GAIL SPARLING,
FLORENCE SKRLIN, YVONNE TUSCHER, and PEGGY
MCCOULF will wear these wonders of couturiere's art.
900 PM Channel 3 COMEDY HOUR'
EARL HEIMAN and ARLENE RASPA parents of The
year wall make a guest appearance on comac FRANK
ALONGIS program other guests wall be the Ha
waaaan Hula Dancers LINDA WEAVER GAIL THOMP
SON ELAINE ZITO BEVERLY STEMPIEN MARY
CARIDI LOTTIE JONES and GORDON TYSON
II00 PM Channel 8 NEWS FRONTS OF THE
Newscaster TONY CICCIARI shows the exclusave
falms of some of the many escapades of the Inter
nataonal playboy and worlds most elagable bache
lor JERRY CASPER wath has Two latest romances
BARBARA LAKE and BARBARA BUTRY
THURSDAY JUNE 25 1975
2 00 PM Channel 8 FUN TO LEARN'
Its fun to learn about musac with solos by ROSALIE
BOND and RUTH JOHNSON farst vaolanasts of The
MEITZ Pops Orchestra and SAL PACE noted accor
daonast They wall Tell thear TV audaence of thear
recent appearance at The MEIDENBAUER Paladaum
430 PM Channel I4 HEAR US AMBASSADORS
Just returned from a conference wath Presadent FRANK
SACCO of Greenland BYRON TIMBERLAKE and
ROSALIE GOLDSTEIN wall glve a farst hand report
of The condataons behand The ace and snow They wall
1000 PM Channel 9 WRESTLING!
Bearcat SUE JACKSON wall wrestle Gorgeous
MARY PITONYAK an The womens sema fanals from
AUCHMOODY Audatoraum The final w.all be a Tag
Team match wath JIM SCHWOOB and CHUCK BASH
vs RAY SCHULTZ and GEORGE WYNES
I0 30 PM Channel 3 TWENTY QUESTIONS TO
STUMP THE EXPERTS'
Ex basketball coach RON GRANERI traes to out
wat The panelasts FRANCES LEVITT JOHN CONTI
MAY BUROW BILL BIRO and PRISCILLA HUTSON
JERRY WENDT as The master of ceremonaes of thas
program full of wat and humor
FRIDAY JUNE 26 T975
I45 PM Channel 'I9 ALL STAR GAME FROM
The greats from The football faeld wall meet for the
annual U S All Star Sax Man Football Game CLAUDE
DIGGS AL MASSOTTI PETE CHERENZIA ROGER
ANDREWS DON CENTOFANTI and RICHARD LEAR
MAN wall comprase the farst Team whale BOB TA
VANO MATT VILAS BOB AQUINO TED BLACHIN
SKI ALFRED SANDSTROM and CARM ANGELO
SANTI wall start for the opposang Team Coach
ARTHUR ELSTON has hugh hopes for has team whale
DOM PAONESSA coach of the second Team as very
330 PM Channel 4 CAROLES COOKIN CUES'
CAROLE MILLER authoraty on food and homemakang
wall demonstrate the correct method of concoctang
a FRENCH Fantasy The dessert whach won The
S25 OOO BENINGO Award for I975 The new atomac
stove Invented an the GULLETT SCALETTA and
VENTRY Laboratory wall be demonstrated for the
farst tame See thas dynamac dascovery'
530 PM Channel 5 FOR THE KIDS'
Mother Goose portrayed by TANIS PEDLOW gathers
her young fraends around her for a new adventure
of fun Thas as wonderful entertaanment wath the help
of clown BILL OGDEN paanast LEILA UHRI and
songs by JOAN MALACARNE
8 00 PM Channel I6 IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO"'
Revaval of an old dance sweeps the nataon' See
DOLORES LASKA mastress of ceremonaes demon
strate the newest Tango steps wath The help of her
able staff DAVID HOWELLS HARRIET FOWLER JOE
CARLO CLEO BURNETTI DALE ECKER PAT FARELLA
LESLIE PRIEST LOIS HAMMOND DON FELDMEYER
and THEODORA HELLWIG
Detectave DON FROST explores the realms of mystery
as he solves a perplexang murder wath the help ot
has clever secretary FRANCES MACDONALD The
talented cast Includes JOE HANSEN as the gualty
butler DIANE NASSAU has charmang wate BEVERLY
BROWN BILL WATSON JEAN VERROCCHI FRED
GANDT and LOIS CAMPBELL It wall be sponsored
by the FLORAMO ROSATI Daaper Servace
1000 PM Channel 3 CLASS OF 1955 REUNION"
The farst tame an event of thas type has been televased
See The twenty year reunaon ofthe Class of 55 darect
from the new Naagara Falls Hagh School bualt by
CLANTON ELLIS mallaonaare contractor The Prancapal
JOEL JAFFE and Vace Prancapal CAROL CYPHERS
wall be on hand to welcome the class back to thear
Alma Mater Short speeches wall be gaven by the
Superantendent of Schools of Naagara Falls PHIL
GRAFF Deputy Superantendent LOUISE BROWN and
Presadent of the Board of Educataon EDWARD ARGY
To gave the response on behalf of The class wall be
Mayor of the caty of Naagara Falls JACK WYNES
Excellent entertaanment wall be provaded by the var
aous members of the Class of 55 who have reached
stardom an the last twenty years Dont mass thas
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We leave your halls of learning
To march along life's ways,
And always we're rememb'ring
The many marvelous days
At our Alma Mater.
We tread the straight and narrow
Path which God has laid before us
Brave and strong through trial and sorrow
As we heed the ringing chorus
Of our Alma Mater.
You've kept your standards flying high
And we'll attempt to follow suit
Waving your banner to the sky
In solemn and sincere tribute
To our Alma Mater.
Today The Senaor Class of l955 buds a flnal farewell to ats Alma Mater Whale we must soon
leave Niagara Falls an the physacal sense actually we shal' never be away For we shall carry Through
out our laves warm memoraes of The many fraends students and Teachers alake that we have made here
and of The many pleasant and rewardang days we have spent here Nor shall we forget The hagh
adeals whach have been gaven to us by our parents our Teachers our coaches and our advasors
standards whach we may not have fully apprecaated or realazed here but whach wall serve as an ansplr
ataon for us an our future laves To Mr Jack Miss Ballanger and to all the faculty for thear contanued
anterest and understandang and thear constant desare to gave us the very best the class of l955 ex
presses ats sancere gratatude
What of the future? Whether at be the servace college andustry busaness or the home we do
not know One thang we do know however Niagara Falls Hagh has equapped us well to meet what
ever problems and challenges that life an thas complex atomac age may present
As to the ammedaate future of Naagara Falls Hagh we are certaan that at as an good hands The
Class of l956 has already shown that at has the enthusaasm and school sparat needed to carry on
where the great classes whach have preceded at have left oft and by ats example to anspare future
classes to even greater honors and accomplashments
lt therefore gaves me great pleasure to bestow upon you Santo Candella the Presadent of the
Class of l956 the mantle of senaoraty the mantle of recognataon and responsabalaty
Presadent of the Class of l955
Santo Candella and Jer y Casper
am deeplv honored as representatave of the Cass of 56 to accept thas Mantle of Senaoraty
an behalf of next years Senaor Class
Soon you will be leavang Naagara Falls Hagh School to take your place as adult catazens an
our communaty ln this venture we wash you every success To you the Seniors this may well be The
crossroads of your laves A great adventure awaats you as you enter varaous vocataons or further your
educataon Whatever path you take the Junaor Class as certaan you wall meet wath success
Today more than ever an our hastory our country needs good catazens We feel that the years
you have spent here at Naagara Falls Hugh School wall have provaded you wath the traantng necessary
for good catlzenshap
We realaze that our task as Senaors wall be a great one but we accept at wallangly wath the hope that
we wall measure up to your hagh standards
ln closang the members of the .lunaor Class wish to express thear thanks to Mr Jack Mass Bal
langer members of the faculty and Senaors for thear help and guadance durang the past year
Well done Class of 55 Godspeedll Santo condemn
Presadent of the Class of 1956
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Page Nick Babyak STANDING Ronald Mala arne
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On November 24 Santo Candella Ronald
Malacarne Joann Page and Nick Babyak
were the four happiest Juniors In High School
having been elected by the Junior Class to
the ofhces of Presxdent Vice President Secre
tary and Treasurer respectively The assist
ance throughout the year of Mr George Stan
kovich our class advisor was greatly appre
The Junior Class has played an important
role in the year of i954 in Niagara Falls High
School Several of our Juniors took part in the
fall play The Shop at Sly Corner The par
tlcipation and enthusiasm of the football
squad also showed the active spirit of the
We, the Junior Class, feel like a real part
of N.F.H.S., and are about to step into the
shoes left by the class of '55. As Seniors, the
class of '56 will strive for the goal set for them
by previous graduating classes of N.F.H.S.
Joann Page, Secretary
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LEFT TO RlGl-lT FlRST ROVV: Rosalind A-vdolany Joyce Bartalomeig Mary Jane Bakery Marie Baneyy Antoinette Antonuccig Shirley
Barrett SE OND ROW: Bob Armstrong, Barbara Ayersp Catherine Bakarichy Marla Bale, Mary Anne Babcock: Thomas Ashmang Grace
Augustino Edward Arniriang Barbara Andrewsg Anita Barberop Frances Bornetteg Rose Marie Antonuccig Melvin Bates. THIRD ROW: lrene
Baldassarre Al Artuso, Phyllis Aubeg Ralph Altonse, Richard Bellinog Nick Babyakg Glen Aitken, Mike Augustinog Vartan Balegiang
Rodney Austin Barbara Andrews. NOT PlCTURED Gail Jamieson.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Marie Bongiornof Diane Bonannip Judy Bennett, Dianne Blank, Barbara Bateman, Donna Beitman. SEC-
OND ROW: Sharon Marchlingerg Ernie Bevilacquap Lois Buckf Vivian Bogdovitzp Virgil Black, Karen Balyardg Barbara Biedermang
Lea Bax, Sylvia Bialy, THIRD ROW: Pat Battaglia, Gary Brawnp Joe Cram, John Biasuccip Stephen Bernot, John Bleecherp Joe
Bishara. NOT PICTURED: Robert Bocek, Barbara Boucherg Jane Bryant: Gerald Calandrelli.
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Marie Bongiorno
Lieutenant Governor, Ernest Bevilac
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LEFT to RIGHT: Larry Carella, Lieu-
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Governor . John Christopher
Lieutenant Governor Larry Ccirella
Red Cross Representative . . .Pat Clark
Boys' Athletic Mgr. Bill Clayton
Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . .Carol Brotzer
Advisor Mrs. A. White
Stare Motto Nothing without God
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jackie Britton, Judy Britton, Carol Brotzer, Mcriorie Chambers, Rita Ciarczak, Lois Brown. SECOND
ROW: Lucy Conte, Patricia Clark, JoAnn Carter, Henrietta Cicero, Thomas Cicero, Christine Cebulski, Diane Costello, Fay Clontz,
Virginia Carlson. THIRD ROW: Bill Clayton, Caroline Castrignano, Evelyn Brown, Morley Carl, Bill Byrne, Bob Waid, John Chris-
topher, Mora Caughill, Janice Cody
LEFT fo RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Barbara Daniels, Barbara Ann De Fazio, Connie Davis, Josephine Chiarenza Marlene Fiscus Patricia
Corsaro. SECOND ROW: Madge Cicco, Louise Cantalano, Palma Danelon, Delores D'Agostino, Laura Clark Santo Candella
Gordon Cruickshank, Beverly Chew, Veronica Dawson, Katherine Catalano, Dorothy Banks. THIRD ROW: Shirley Cozzi Barbara Reed
Tom Cicero, Stephen Davis, Alta Davis, Bryce Dailly, Dolphus Davis, Patricia Cutting, Daniel Cantara, Michael Cumbo Emily Craw
ford. NOT PICTURED: Sandra Culotta.
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Lieutenant Governor Santo Condella
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Emmie Lou Dias, Agnes Fadelg Marietta Costas: Patricia DiGiro. SECOND ROW: Robert Dunning,
Dolores D'Anncig Gail Czorneckir Lucille DiRusciof Patricia Edwards: Frank DiGiovine. THIRD ROW: Mary Ann DiPofip Christine Em-
mensg Dorothy Jean Dqhlgreng Bruce Enyeart, John Didisingp Pot D'Anna, Charles Easterlyi NOT PICTURED: Dennis DeMott.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Margaret Flournoyp Gwen Grimes, Priscilla DeVantierf Gloria Ray, .lulia DiCesoreg Annette Faiola. SEC-
OND ROW: Ronnie D'Grillog Mary Ann Geddesf Charles Flayf Barbara Delvlasig Geraldine Grezlakg Dorothy Fobing Charles Frvuscionep
Donna Greene, Marian Forbesy Barbara Donofro, Evelyn Hare. THIRD ROW: Lynn Grimes, Janet Garrecht, Bob Dobson: Ed Elstrodt,
John Codzowp Anthony Gollog Robert Crarnerg Larry Geeg Bill Farleyg Linda Gibbsg Roman Goncasz. NOT PICTURED: Robert Gisrnondi.
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L Lieutenant Governor . , , . . , . . Frank Gara
Xi' Red Cross Representative . . Louise Gillick
l Boys' Athletic Mgr. . , T . Edward Heider
Girls' Athletic Mgr. . . Alice Heindenreich
Advisor . . . ,... , .,t.. . , , Miss R. Hall
1 Motto , ,..,..,,,, . ...,., . ,. Liberty and Independence
LEFT to RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Marie Godino, Doris Hall, Melinda Hill, Carolyn Holt, Joan Holody. SECOND ROW: Jackie Fernandez,
Theresa Hochadel, Norma Heuer, Sara Heembrock, Ernie Gambora, Ronald Wilkins, Louise Gillick, Sidney Horowitz, Annette Faso.
THIRD ROW: Janet Holstrom, Ronald Haynes, Alice Heidenreich, Bruce Johnson, Paul Inskeep, Bob Gall, Darry Henneman, Marlene
Goater, Frank Gara, Lionel Hutkoft, NOT PICTURED: Diane Gandt, Mary Ann Hayden, Sam Fruscione, Paul Halleen, Edward Heid
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Lieutertaift Governor, Richard Jurori
Governor Riclward Juroii
Lieutenant Gov. Jacqueline Josepli
Red Cross Representative Craig Havens
Boys' Atliletic Mgr, Vito Saloett
Girls' Atlilctic Mgr, Jacaucliiie Josepli
Advisor Mr, R. Cooley
Motto Labor Coiiauers ,ell ltiiiigs,
LEFT TQ R3GHT FIRST ROW: Fleaiwor Kumiiiski, Pa' Mgzliirz e, Cr: ere L5-V:l.LJ ,, Stair V, ,a'J:1"t::, Reze Logs SECCND
ROW: Rlcvard Juorvg Jacqueline Josigily Tciiy Celeste, Rose Marie Koezzzzg Lvrrag l'lg:"l' vtqi in Corel iileck, EQ: :pau Kowalski, Eofv
Heath Elleri Butler, it-HRD ROW: Marian Osman, Janice Larriced Razer! K'ec'z:-, Bill Koittim, Rtzriqrd Kozfar, Leooard Lazza,
Vito Sovetfg Delores Krulg Sharon Kaiie NOT PlCTLJRED1 Dolly Geyge, Craig Heuer: Vliowias Jacl4of.slci, Kathryn Jones, Richard
Margesong Mary Valentino.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FiRST ROW: Jean MacKay, Barbara Masters, Theirna Lowrrang Guf Lupisciia, Josephine LaS:fiiag Dorothy Knouse.
SECOND ROW: Josephine Lapreteg Rebecca Marting Elizaoeth Mciienzieg Richard C. Lape, Mary Lawson, Giafia LaPointg Kenny
Martin, Robert King, Nancy Lauzaug Lesiie Martin, Janet Magenti. Ti-HRD ROVV: June Lozinsky, Kathryn Mettordg Richard Leer'
houtsg Cynthia Kiinieckog Aiexander Leep Eddie McCrayg Roger Leenhoutsg Lydia McElvvain, Pat Merino NOT RiCTURED: Safri Lowre J ,f y
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LEFT TO RQGHT FRS' RCI"- Bev:-'L Nrxou ,Conn P:1'e""'o,Joc1nv Page Mimi- Po me J, Jing-I Pr QM SECCN3 QCA. Corrs Name
Jean ORourke, Nancy Cgrodovxskr, Nancy Pvnzorn, Pounne Ncwokp Morro Posserog Robert Oleksiskg JoAnn Pclinp Adelme Cfz
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ronslcip Leonard Perrnang Lee Richardsg Uta Frickeg Lois Pernpeitg Ruth Phillipsg Dennis Pasauantinog Barbara Peunicg Sharon Piercep An-
gela Ranallig Judy Pollard. THIRD ROW: Hedria Porrathp Donald Robertson, Gerald Parenti, Elvin Pearl, David Reiter? Duane Parlcerg
Marion Pietlciewiczg Terry Preston, Shirley Reuse, NOT PICTUREDQ Shirley Pierce.
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LEFT TO RlGHTz Hedria Porrath
Lieutenant Governorp Dennis Pas
LEFT TO RIGHT: GefaIdine Reeser,
Iamcnanv Gove'nc": SaIva1ore RI-
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X Lieufenanr Governor Geraldire Reeser
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I GIVISI ATIWIGTIC IVIQV. Geraldine Reeser
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QND ROVV: Donna Rormk, Sfxnflm Slwrxnvrorg Anne Scirnewnl, Wlllcl Slxowgvs, Mory I-.nnee Srxnllllppo, Jonal Sc-wmno, Milly C--uh Sclm
Molllyn Rolbltinm Dorollwy Sgrol, lynno Socllok, Carol Ronvnefl l'l'llRD ROW! Rody Scznpn-lllg Bolv Sonnlfvlro lDon Slnirnplon, Bil 5 vc,
Ron Svnlgrnororg Lows McCorlyg Anthony Sclolonlg Joe Roluncipif Rolrpy Scoiiilffyfq X-V170 F dC4i.,,1k 4
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LEFT TO RlGHT: Baroara Solari,
Lieutenant Governor, Jael Teaman,
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Boys' Athletic Mgr.
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Advisor ,W H,
Miss E. Mitchell
State Motto Equality before the Law
LEFT TO RIGHT, FlRST ROW: Rose Sheprog Mercuria Scrutarig Margaret Skurskig Virginia Tatap Elsa Sweetg Marilyn Srnith SECOND
ROW: Doris Sensabaughp Ellen Swaing Patricia Sikara, Dorothy Silcora, Carl Mallaryy Helen Stoelingg Richard Sellrnann Rosalie Slracuse
John Brown, THlRD ROW, Barbara Solurig James Silvaggip Robert Sembert, Jack Starkg Dorothy Sitekg Gordon Sllpko Ken Slonis Gerald
Skeney Joel Teaman, Richard Sdaof Shirley Soprano, NOT PICTURED: Diane Stenzel.
LEFT TO RlGHT, FlRST ROW: Tonita Thompson, Janice Teaesco, Elsie Smith, Elizabeth Srnith, Maureen Supple. SECOND ROW: Wnliarri
Touchette, Barbara Thomas, Angeline Striver, Arlene Szareiko, Joellen Valley, Diane Ziolek, Beverly Traposso. THlRD ROW' Larry Vag-
nozzie, Dwight Strasburg, Chuck Tarnborello, Gene Cizelc, David Thomson, Ted Srnilten, Vince Crossley, Bernadette Tazalc, Don Terry- ,A
Red Cross Representative
Boys' Athletic Mgr.
Girls' Athletic Mgr.
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Lieutenant Governor, Janice Tedesco
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Lieurehohr Governor Bill Wglgh
Recl Cross Representative , Te-re-gg Vglemim
Boys' Arhleric lVlQV. .lim Lgndeen
GlVl5' AllWlGllC Nlgf. Dgrleem Vxfgggnlqg
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Srore Morro The Welfore of The People Shell Be The Sbpgeme Low,
LEFT TO RlGHT, FIRST ROVV: Chrisrlhe Verhoneg Therese Volerwrihog Peggy VVc.1llcergMor'lll,'rw ygglois Wolter. SECOND ROW Koflr
VVo5hlJurm .lulle Volpe, Johv' Vrm Dcwschg Dmleon Vxloservlrog Helen Vcm Gorderg Bill VX'c1ls yferxrrwsccug Don Ven v ll 1
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Tyron, Peggy Weller, Jock VUolsh, Nof'mm Vocco, Keorey Watson, Roger WoclcetTgJohr1 Coqrson, IOT PTCTURED: Frances Km o Bur
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROVV: Moriorie Zofurof Muriorie Wensleyp Tneresci Wnvsong, Jerre Weinsieiriy Teresa D1AvoIio. SECOND ROW:
Borboro Yondiong Helgord Wienerif Ann Zortmcznp lone? Wirixery Diane Wilson, Elaine fviillerg Por Vvniskeri Mary Ann Wolig ,errw WW-
kiewiczg Joan Wilcox. THIRD ROW: Edna Wilsony Dove Zi'T1'ii5Fg Duane Wendt, Spike Wielosz-,fnskif Bill Zgcriceg Bill Willicvnsonp Jef'-,f
Wengerp Iviorgo Wiegondp Putricio Zoloc. NOT PICTURED: Jdrie Wright, Riclword Zuccori ,J ,
Red Cross Representative
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Mr. D. Lover
Freedom ond Unity
LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill VVEI iwnson, Governor,
Moriorie Wensley, Lieuierioni Governor.
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VViih your holls ol le-orhihg grorid,
Your Colors well hold high,
To The hom we'lI proudly siohd,
Alwoys, olwoys SlClLJlWClW ond true,
Alwoys, olwoys proud of youl
Amd your praises loud we'll sing:
We io thee our homoge bring,
Nine 'rohs for Niogoro Follsl
Nine for The Red cmd Groyl
To duty how she Colls,
Thor success rhoy with us sioy
So we pledge ourselves cmew,
lNl.F.H.S. we'll be True,
Arid lor you we'll climb The height
Niogoro, you're oll right.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Governors, Janice Tedesco, Kathryn England, Jackie Fernandez, Angelo Massaro, Dick Spencer, Joann
Page, Roseanne Beningo, Russell Mariglia. SECOND ROW: Richard Juron, Louise Forcucci, Barbara Collins, Anthony Cicciari, Paul Irish,
Angelo LaDuca, AI Artuso, Virginia Cummings, Sam Battaglia THIRD ROW: Frank DiGiovine, Joe Critelli, Sal Ricotta, Santo Canclella,
Dave Gullett, Phil Meranto, Robert Tavano, Hugh Murphy, Ernie Bevilacqua. FOURTH ROW: Jim Schwoob, Jack Walsh, Bob Tompkins,
George Lanstrum, Bill Williamson, Joel Teaman, Robert King, John Christopher.
President Angelo Massaro, vice-president Santo Candello, treas-
urer AI iviassotti, and secretary Barbara Milanovich are this years
I council officers.
The system of homerooms as states, and electing governors and
lieutenant governors is one of the unique traits of our student council,
a highlight being the states' convention in May.
All the officers are seniors except the vicerpresident, who was
elected last November from the Junior class. Mr. John Edwards is
the counciI's able advisor.
This year the council purchased a TV set on which the students
of NFHS were allowed to watch the World Series.
Among its many activities the Student Council held a dance in
V December so money could be raised to provide transportation to
some of our Alma Moter's athletic contests. During the year the
Student Council presented numerous personalities to the student body,
They also contemplated holding a Student Council-sponsored Variety
We must not forget this group sponsored the Community Chest
and other worthwhile proiects.
'l Thanks to the co-operation of both the administration and the
students, the 154,55 Student Council has had a most successful term
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: !Lieutenant Gavernorsi Marie BongiornO1 MUVQS W9n5I9Yf Efntnie LOU Dios: Bvrberd MIlUn0ViCl'ii BUVIDGVO
LEFT TO RIGHT: Santo Candella, Barbara Milanovichg
AI Massotti, Mr. John Edwards, Angelo Massaro.
Soluri, Barb Seely, Diane Caterina. SECOND ROW: Katherine Catalanoy MGfiCIn DGnI'40i MGVY Anne McNulty, Carolyn Meitzf Adeline
Onzetti, Becky Martin, Gail Thompson, Joan Szelest, Bill Walsh. THIRD ROW: Elaine Zito, Rosalind Dominick, Geraldine Reeser, Joan
Braas, Charles MacVie, Jim Ritchlin, Larry Carella, Hedria Porrath, Frank Fazzolari. FOURTH ROW: Ernie FusiIIOf ROn Skusef Nick
Babyak, Earl Heiman, Dave Thomson, AI Massotti, Dominic Centofanti.
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Ass't Faculty Advisor
LEFT TO RlGHT: Beverly Stempien, Sally Ci- Mrs. H. Donovan
cero, Sylvia Macey, Mary Anne McNulty,
Sally Cicero and Mary Anne McNulty
Peggy McCoult and Beverly Stempien
Mrs. H, Donovan
Miss J. Wylie
Miss M. Tice
Miss P. Jones
The Niagarian Stott, working from our station NFHS has developed the theme of television. While carry
ing out our theme we have interwoven the popular TV programs.
Some of the programs that have provided opportunities for originality and imagination are, "Ths Is
page are new features of this years book
Our Art Business and Editorial Stalts have appreciated the able assistance of our advisors
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Elizabeth Coughlin, Barbara Gugino
Priscilla Hutson, Rosalie Muzzillo, Cleo Brunetti, Mary Anne Mc
Nulty, Sally Cicero, Winnie Lynch, Mary Chirigoni, Sarah Britrnan
Ruth Clarke, SECOND ROW: Sue Jackson, Karen Connell, Judy
Harvey, Karen DeVontier, Barbara Hunt, Molly Greenwood, Dor
othy Costek, Lois Campbell, Diane Nassau, Patricia Mann, Joan
Krueger, Mary Pitonyak, Alessandro Tecchio. THlRD ROW: Susan
Barrett, Lynn Brooks, Doranrie Bucheit, Joan Braas, Sue Crafts,
Sharon Barker, Tanis Pedlow, Genie Gorey, Ann Lockwood, David
Miss J. Wylie
Your Life" and "Dragnet," The use of circular pictures and the reproduction at the cover on the Niagarian
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ruth Johnstong Sarah Britmcng Carol Ccirnmingsg Barbara Stonehamg Blanche Freeman, Florence Glimb
Alessandra Tecchiog Beverly Stenspieng Rat Nashwinterg Joyce Drozdowskig Roseanne Beningo. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Cancemi
Joonie Kruegerg Patricia Manng Dolores Lcskag Karen Connelly Sally Cicerog Da v." id Howells, Barbara Hunt, Carolyn Meitz, Marg
Ann McNuItyg Rosalie Marie Bondi Wglter Buehlg Linda Nettg Rosaiie Goldstein, Carol Martin. THIRD ROVV: Josephine Bulka
Margaret Ann Fratellog Anthony Cicciafig Karen DeVontierp Ann Lockwoodg Yvonne Maaay, David McFarIaneg Pamela Mutton
Phyllis McAninchg Harriet Fowferg Janice Bielat. FOURTH ROW: Joan Braasf Harold Mollg Sylvia Maceyf Lynn Broolcsg John Firth
George Von Fuchsg Bob Tompkins, Warren Eddy, Fred Mosterrnang Paul Rubeng Donna Lee Divens,
Niagara Falls has its own "Quiz Kids" in the torrn ei tne National Honor Society. To become a member,
a student must attain a scholastic average of 9O'l , and a good rating by all teachers in Character, Lead'
ership and Service.
The Scholarship Club, Open to all members ot the school is sponsored by the Honor Society and a
scholarship from the profits ot the annual carnival is presented to a deserving student. This year the Niagara
Falls chapter was host to the Lasalle chapter at a dinner. New members were inducted at a dinner at the be-
ginning ot the year and later at a school assembly.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dorothy Cancemi, Secretory, David Howells
Presidentg Carolyn Meitz, Vice-President, Carol Martin, Treasurer
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FlRST ROW: Paul Rubenf Karen
Connelly Carolyn Meitz. SECOND ROW: Ann Lock-
wood, Angelo Massarop Hedria Porrath- Peter
Cherenziaf Donna Lee Divensp Blanche Freemang
Embarlcing on an ambitious ten-issue schedule, the Chronicle stait strove to make each succeeding issue
better than its predecessor. New feature pictures were included in every paper, A tundsraising drive earned more
subscribers than in previous years. The Chronicle staft included:
Managing Editor cn,
Feature Editor ,,
Boys' Sports Editor
Girls' Sports Editor
Donna Lee Divens
Artist , , Alice Heidenreich
LEFT TO RlGHT, FlRST ROW: Agnes Fadelg Mary Chirigonig Sandy Tecchiog Carol Erdmang Carol Whitey Jackie Ferriandezf Ernrriie Lou
Diasg Mary Ann Leggett: Karen Connellg Paul Rubenf Sheila Tobin, Ernest Bevilacquag Peggy McCoulfg Betty Ungarog Melinda Hill, Beverly
Sternpien, SECOND ROW: Janet Kantanistag Gloria Kleidysy Madeline Scuterig Joanie Kruegar, Sharon Pierce: Helgcird Weinertg Blanche
Freemang Joan Szelest, Marion Pinzottig Sally Cicero, Joyce Coulisg Ann Lockwoodg Barbara Hunt, Annette Faiola, Dolores Laslcag Angelo
Massaro. THlRD ROW: Mary Ann Modig Mary Ventryg Paul lrishg Carolyn Meitzf Dorothy Jean Dahlgreng Jane Bryant, Hedria Porrathg
Yvonne Maday, Louise Gillickg Patricia Merinog Barbara Collinsg Rebecca Martini David Kinsley. FOURTH ROW: Mr. R. Cooley, Adviser:
Robert Bocekg Joan Braasg Alice Heidenreichy Al Massottig Art Wilson, Peter Cherenzia, Carol Stevensg Sue Crafts.
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LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Wayne Stoelting, Fred Krueger, Bob Grabek, Romeo Russo Carolyn Galankri Walter Buehl, Helen
Wagner, Rodney Austin, Paul Ruben. SECOND ROW: Kearney Watson Richard DePonceriu, Eugene Walker, Williani Ogden, An-
thony Nicholas, Sam Robinson, Jerry Wendt, Harold Moll. THIRD ROW: Hugh Murphy, George Wyncs, Ed I-leider, Lynna Sedlak,
Madie Curry, Carol White, Jacqueline Joseph, David Shields, Joe Reele, John Christopher, Norman Kenny, John Blcecher, Mike
McNerny, "Spike" Wieloszyshi. FOURTH ROW: Evelyn Black, AI Di Rocco, Bob Yudichak, F'arces Macdonald, Lou Morrell, Thomas
Day, Don Shrimpton.
Our school band is a very important part of our
school program. Besides participating in most
assemblies, the band, under the direction of Mr.
Leo Orynawka, perfor-med for a iunior high school
audience and were featured in an assembly. The
marching band played at the home football games
and took part in the merchants' annual Christmas
With a large and varied repertoire, the orchestra,
conducted by Mr. Leo Orynawka, played at the
Christmas and other special assemblies. They enter-
tained a junior high school audience with many
delightful compositions. The Orchestra also played
at the fall and spring plays.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Media Curry, Linda Neff SECOND ROW: Rosalie Marie Bond, Sally Cicero, Nancy Lauzau, Barbara
Ayers, Walter Buehl, Helen Wagner, Paul Ruben, Rodney Austin, Wayne Stoelting, Fred Krueger, Elizabeth Crowe, Ruth Johnston,
Edythe Mateiovic Tanis Pedlow. THIRD ROW: Barry Rose, Victor Pellegrino, Carolyn Golanka, Marion Pinzotti. FOURTH ROW: Jerry
Wendt, Anthony Nicholas, John Bleecher, George Wynes, Eddy Heider, Lynna J, Sedlak, Carol White, Kearney Watson, Eugene
Walker, William Ogden, FIFTH ROW: Carl Parnella, AI DiRocco, Don Shrirnpton, Thomas Day, Spike Wieloszynski, Jim Schwaob,
Don Feldmeyer, Bob Grabek.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW, B. Daniels, J. Drazdowski, R. Johnston, S. La Mantia, P. Paterson, M. Kaczynski, N. Hurtienne, A.
Tecchio, G. Thompson, C. White, A. R. Ferrara, M. A. Ferritto, B. De Fazio, V. Rentord, D. Johnson, G. Mayville, B. Boucher. SECOND
ROW, R. Ciucczak, D. Custello, J. Pirolli, P. Supple, P. Clark, R. Mosley, M. A. Hayden, M. A. Padlo, G. Matthews, B. Thomas, N. Burgess,
E. Buchelty, L. Jones, P. Hewitt, R. M. Bond. THIRD ROW: C. Castrignano, M. Hill, M. L. Stone, I. Underhill, Leila Uhri, B. Zankowski, L.
Campbell, J. Printup, P. Gray, C. Erdmann, J. Weinstein. D, J. Dahlgren. FOURTH ROW: L. Sedlak, Lynn Brooks, J. Bryant, N. Pinizatti,
D. Sitek, L. Gillick, J. Melnotte, E. Brown, SI. Pierce, S. Jackson.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: E. Clanton, J. Salacuse, T. Day, E. White, R. Federspiel, D. McFarlane, L. Longley, M. Carl, R. Armstrong,
C. Flay, A. Wilson, B. Rose, D. Reiter. SECOND ROW: B. Colosi, S. Wieloszynski, M. Bates, J. Milne, P. Hartenberger, D. Pasquantino, J.
Biasucci, R. Moretti, J. Nawrocki, A. Sandstrom, P. Cherenzia, W. Ogden, F. Prinz. THIRD ROW: J. Page, B. Lake, S. Tobin, M. Balmen
A. Malvestuto, P. Dlugoz, L. Conte, S. Johnston, N. Rennie, B. Seely, David Kinsley, L. Merino. FOURTH ROW: R. M. Lops, S. Soprano,
M. Pitonyak, A. Fadel, E. Szepello, P. Day, T. Darian, V. Cummings.
N.F.H.S., T.V., is proud to present its large mixed chorus again this year. The ofticial chorus ot N.F.H.S.
has a large cast composed ot both junior and seniors. One of the most impressive Christmas assemblies was
produced this year by the chorus and the orchestra combined, presenting selections from the "Messiah" Mr.
Warren A. Schotchmer produces and directs this very fine group.
LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: M. Hailey, K. England, J. Meacham, B. Masters, C. Meyers, J. Clontz, E. Sweet, M. Wensley, M. Chick, B.
Freeman, D. Nickerson, D. Spencer, B. Nixon, N. Rankie, J. Bennett, J. Myers, M. Bongiorno, M. McKenna. SECOND ROW, J. Pfohl, P.
Carlino, B. Lenz, L. Hartman, J. Wilcox, M. Forbes, M. Drabczyk, R. Dominick, K. Jones, L. KOFJOZ: N- AHQOICIJ L- Grimes: J. Fernandez,
B. Biehl, M. Cirrito, J. Pericelli, M. A. Geddes. THIRD ROW, H. Sroeltinq: Y. Klinof Linda Gibbs: E. Jones, P- Merino: E. DeVGr1tIer, V.
Mueller, M. Moore, A. Faiola. FOURTH ROW: I. Mistretta, T. Whysong, S. Shammot, A. Heiderneich, C, Schmidt, S. Jordan, F. Price, P.
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LEFT TO RlGl'lT, FIRST ROW: Lorraine Kopaczg Mary Cirritog Annette Falalap Barbara Ccf'insg Nancy Rernleg Mary Ann Geddesp Blanche
Freeman, Donna Nickersonf Jeanne Meacham Many Anre Ferrlttap Becky Marfmg Neale Cur'yg Jsclt, Vt:"TC"Sg Rosalie Bondi Lynna
Sedlak. SECCND RON: Elizabeth Janes, Linda G pbsg Carole Camppe lr 'wfirginfa Cummfngs, Tac s Peacw, Baztara Hunt, Phyllis Grayy
Sheila Tobing Barbara i.akeg JoAnn Page, Snzrley lawlantiag Janet Favvierg Rufn Crarkeg Carol Nhteg Alessandra Tecchiog Jeanette
Grant, THlRD ROW: Darry Hennemang Lea Baxf Thamas Day, Mo'ley Carly Barry Rose, Davld Kinsle-,ff A-'fhur Wilson: Bill Colosig Albert
Evans, Anthony Cicciarig Bill Ogdeng Peter Cherenziag Altzed Sandstrom. FOURTH ROVV: lc-svwalcl Salacuseg Dick Spensery Stephen
Davisg James Milne, len Longley, David McFarlaneg ,Viel Bates, Robert Federspiel, Spike Wmlaszyrtskig John Biasucci. W, A. Scotchmer,
Truly worthy ot a television debut is the tamed A Cappella Cnorus. Under the tine direction ot Mr.
Warren A. Scotchmer, their reputation has been establisned as one at the outstanding musical groups in
Niagara Falls, Each year they are invited to sing at one at the community Lenton Services held at St. Paul's
Methodist Church. Their excellent leadership in this service always nelps to make the Lenton Season a more
memorable one for the peaple of Niagara Falls. Mr. Scotcnrrer and the chorus i i'.' ere highly honored last Sep-
tember vfhen they were asked to sing tor tne Music Section ot the Western Zone Teachers' Conference in But-
talo. l-lovvever, even singing betore this distinguished audience, the chorus pertormed in their usual superior
Besides their many civic appearances, Niagara Falls l-ligh School is very tortunate to hear them each
year at the Christmas program in assembly and the June commencement exercises. We salute Mr. Scotch-
mer and the A Cappella Chorus tor all the enioyment they have given bath Niagara Falls High and the com-
munity. ' 1
LEFT TO RIGHT, FlRST ROW: Don Feldmeyer, Mr. W. Crowie, SEC-
OND ROW: Dorcmne Buchheit, Richard MacVieg Carole Campbell,
Behind the scenes of any Television program,
one tinds many unsung heroes. They are the stu-
dents, who make up our stage crew, tor they spend
many hours preparing and helping in our pro-
ductions, by creating and' building sets, operating
the curtains and taking care ol the lights. So as
we look behind the scenes, we applaud the vvork
ot Ivtr. F. Baggallay and his fine crew.
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Stage Crew Xi
In any well run television studio, care must
be given to the different equipment and skilled
operators are needed to run them. This is true of
our well organized proiection staff, supervised by
Mr. William Crovvie.
Their iob is to take care ofthe public address
system tor assemblies or vvherever it is needed
throughout the school. They also run the movies in
the auditorium. The staff is composed ot about
seven boys and girls trained in this work.
o ert Priceg Mr. Frank Baggalloyg Fred Masterman. SECOND ROW: John Didising, Ellis MacSporrczn
Elvin Pearl, Art Wilson, Larry DeMartino, James Nawrockg Richard Murphy, Henry Stewart, James Milne.
From our sTudios in The Ulabf our own "Science in AcTion" pro-
gram, sponsored by The .science Club has been carried on This channel
every Thursday alternoon. Under The direcTion of Mr, John Edwards,
The Science Club in some aT iTs educaTional and enjoyable programs
has explored The Held aT Science as applied To everyday living,
The big exTrovaganza of The year was a demonsTraTion of The
Paul Ruben holds The ofhce of presidenT This year. OTher oTTicers
are: Don Feldmeyer, EdyThe TvIaTeiovic and HarrieT Fowler.
Under The very capable supervision
of Miss Virginia Donohue, our school
sfore has been operaTing efTTcienTIy
Tor many years. The school sTore
makes iT possible Tor The sTudenTs To
buy pencils, paper, shorThand noTe-
books, and many oTher iTems of
necessiTy. IT is a consTanT source of
income To The school as The profTTs
are handed over To The STudenT Coun-
cil which in Turn sponsors paid as-
semblies Tor The enioymem oT The
LEFT To RIGHT, SEATED: I-Ia'r'eT Fowle'
Edyfhe MaTeiovic, DaroThy Jean Danlgreen
STANDING: Don Feldmeyer, I.eona'd Rerrncn
Harold Moll, Paul Ruben, Mr, John H Ed
wards Advisor, Elaine Miller, RoJl Ross Hr-r
be-rT Wiclferden, John Didising
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Barbara Gugino, Miss V Donohue, Judy BriTTon, SEC
OND ROW: PVISCTIIO DGVGVTYISV, Sandra Cicchello, Jim Ritcnlin, Maureen McKenna
THIRD ROW: Rosalie Man-ion, Alice Bissell, Diane KeTch
The work of the Guidance office,
under the direction of the counselors,
Dr. H. B. Heimerle and Miss M.
Werner, is an important service to
N.F.H.S, Here a student plans his
program of studies to fit his interests.
He may obtain information about
colleges from the hundreds of college
bulletins or he may have an interview
with the representative of the college
of his choice who is visiting the school.
A student may also be aided in find-
ing work outside of. school and these
types of problems are also discussed
and clarified here.
LEFT To RIGHT, STAGGERED. Gail Bongiovanni, Frances Cabello, June Lozinsky,
Miss Mary Gourlay, Nancy Lauzau, Lynn Brooks, Thelma Lowman, Sarah Britman.
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LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Barbara Capizzi, Shirley Graves, Frances Ventry, Ros-
alie Marnon, Helgard Wienert, Roseanne Beningo. SECOND ROW. Dr. Herbert
Heirrierle, tboys' counselorl, Margie Mingus, Delores Collins, Irene Underhill, Karen
DeVantier, Alessandra Tecchio, Pat Nashwinter, Florence Glemb, Miss Mary E. Wer-
ner lgirls' counselorm
LABOR II BUSINESS
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sary that the office work be taken
-.,, care of neatly and eHicientIy.So it is
true of our school ofhce under the
competent leadership of Mrs. Agnes
t O'Brien and Mary Gourlay.
Each morning several girls collect
attendance cards and also pick up
the blue sheets during eighth period.
They also perform odd iobs when
Mrs. O'Brien is kept constantly busy
by filling out college transcripts and
checking diplomas while Mary an-
swers the switchboard, checks absen-
tees, and compiles the Weekly News
It is clear to understand why our
oliice is run so efficiently with such
The School Clinic, under the direction of
Miss Helen McCarney, R.N., is an important
part of N.F.H.S. In the fall, girls are chosen
for this job. They learn First Aid, and much
other valuable information. Often they are left
in complete charge of the clinic. They must
have sufficient practical knowledge to take care
of whatever might arise. The services of the
clinic are under the sponsorship of the National
SEATED: Miss H, McCarney. LEFT TO RIGHT, STANDING: Jane Carey
Jackie Dalesandro, Pamela French, Carole Schmidt, Elizabeth Jones
Joan Braas, Tanis Pedlow, Theo Hellwig, Linda Neff, Pauline Carlino
The Usher Squad, under the supervision of Miss L.
Mqssimilian, has done an excellent iob in many of our
special programs such as plays, variety show, concerts, and
graduation exercises. With their captain, Lynn Brooks, this
organization has made it possible for these activities to be
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Rosemary Scrivano, Sharah
Britmcn, Joan Perricelli. SECOND ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT:
Nancy Trapasso, Gail Galloway, Jane McGhee, Carol
White, Edythe Mateiovic, Helen Von Gorder, Gloria
Mayville, Nancy Angold, Beverly Brown, Pamela French,
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Margaret Fratello, Dolores Bog-
Diane Nassau, Karla Shumway, Marilyn Tobey.
dovitz, Harriett Fowler, Shirley Graves, Jane Glover,
Patricia Moore, Marion Ochob, Ellen Butler, Phyllis Gray,
Gail Spcrling, Karen Connell, Marion Pinzotti. FOURTH
ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Barbara Butry, Pat Berdick, Theo
Hellwig, Alice Heidenreich, Irene Jaquish, Dorothy Sitek,
H ,loan Braas, Lynn Brooks, Carole Schmidt,
LEFT TO RIGHT, Fred Masterman, Lionel Hutkolt, Robert Price, Joan Pericelli, Charles Kelly, Vincinette Morinello, Delphine Gniazdow
ski, Diane Nassau, Larry DeMartino, Dan Curry.
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As the cameras swung around to begin telecasting, it was evident immediately that hard work, com-
bined with a talented cast and an accredited director had produced another T.V. first for station N.F.H.S. The
play "The Shop At Sly Corners", presented on November T7 and I8 under the direction of Mr. Frank Bag-
gallay, was a suspense-filled melodrama. Descuis Heiss, after leading a lite of crime, had come to London
and opened an Antique Shop. His one aim in lite was to provide for his beautiful daughter Margaret, who was
ignorant of his crimes and was a promising violinist, engaged to a young doctor. The antique shop was merely a
front tor some ofthe shadiest characters of the underworld. Archie Fellowes, discovering this, begins to blackmail
Heiss, thereby he soon finds himself in a grave. When Heiss sees an inspector from Scotland Yard entering his
shop, he kills himself in a moment of panic. The Inspector had only come merely as a customer, and thus
Heiss's shady dealings are never revealed to his daughter. The cast consists of, Lionel Hutkoff as Archie Fel-
lowes, Fred Masterman as Descius Heiss, Joan Perricelli as Margaret Heiss, Delphine Gniazdowski as Joan
Deal, Vincinette Morinello as Mathilde Heiss, Diane Nassau as Mrs. Catt, Charles Kelly playing Dr Robert
Graham, Dan Curry as Corder Morris, Larry De Martino as Steve Hubbard, Robert Price playing John Elliot,
and Richard Murphy as an understudy.
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Rosalie Scott, Diane Bonanni, Phyllis Dlugoz, Alessandra Tecchio, Patricia Clark, Mary Chirigoni,
Gloria Roll. SECOND ROW: Patricia Mann, JoAnne DiRL,scio, Loretta Joseph, Ann Auchrnoody, Pat Berdick, Mary Caridi, Kathryn
Meftord, Phyllis Recherd, Gail Shultenburg, THIRD ROW: Larry Ghougasian, Duge Wendt, Daniel Potote, Jack Stark, Benny Pasco,
Blll Rosati, Phil Friona, Michael Cumho
Junior Red Cross
N.E.H,S.'s Junior Red Cross is on organization consisting of a representative from each home room. The
weekly meetings are under the advisorship ot Miss E. Morse. In September, elections were held with the tol-
lowing people elected: Phyllis Dlugoz, Presidentg Larry Ghougasian, Vice President, Judy Melnotte, Secretary,
and Philip Eriona, Treasurer.
In the tall the Junior Red Cross collected two dozen cookies trom thirty-six homerooms and donated
them to the Veterans Hospital in Buffalo. Before Christmas they staged a very successtul enrollment drive
and also tilled the stockings of needy children as a charity proiect,
SEATED: Miss F. Morse, STANDING, LEFT to
RIGHT: Phyllis Dlugoz, President, Larry, Ghou-
gasian, Vice-President, Philip Friona, Secree
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Many people say that television keeps America away from books, but we have proven the opposite in
our library. An increasing number ot students this year used the library tor research, homework assign-
ments, or tor pure enjoyment. Miss D. Hutson, school librarian, has run the library very efficiently for several
Each year about thirty girls volunteer to help with desk work, keeping books in order, taking attend-
ance, and doing many other things to keep the library in the perfect order we find it in when we arrive
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW1 Karla Shumway, Shirley Miller, Marilyn Tobey, Joanne Ripley, Madge Cicco, Priscilla Hutson. SECOND
ROVV1 Barbara Zankowski, Angeline Stiver, Sue Jackson, Edythe Mateiovic, Carol Poendzy,Emrnle Lou Dias, Rosalie Goldstein, Eliza-
beth Coughlin, Grace Matthews, Tonlta Thompson, Shirley Barrett, Vivian Sarkissian, Ellen Szupello, Julia Di Cesare. THIRD ROW:
Barbara Biederman, Caroline Castrignano, Arlene Szareiko, Emily Romanek, Sheila Lynch, Arlene Gardner, Patricia Supple, Gail
Galloway, Elizabeth Smith. FOURTH ROW: Carol Stevens, Rosemary Kovatch, Sylvia Macey.
LEFT TO RlGHT, FIRST ROW: .lanet Wilson, Patricia Serrianne, Frances Florarno, Gail Bongiovanni, Rosalie Muzzillo, Cleo Brunettip Felicia
Falsetti. SECOND ROW: Mr. Charles Long, Advisor, Maureen McKenna, Stephanie Christoft, Arlene Milliron, Janet Fowler, Carol
White, Louise Forcucci, Sally Cicero, Louise Barone, Dorothy Babcock, Phyllis tvlcAninch, Alessandra Tecchiop Lois Hammond, Ellis
MacSporran, Peggy McCoulf. THIRD ROW: Connie Butera, Barbara Collins, Chuck Colavecchia, Mary .lane Baney, Elizabeth Jones, Al
DiRocco, Fred Masterman, Fred Kruegar, Ralph Bennetty Carol Stevens, Mike Laps, Ann Lockwood, Phyllis Serrianne.
Writers' Workshop under the capable supervision of lvlr. Charles Long, gives aspiring writers an op-
portunity to practice their skills in creative writing. The best ot the student poems, plays, essays, and short
stories are compiled in the publication ot the annual magazine, the "Stardust"
LEFT TO RIGHT: Cleo Brunetti, Louise Forcucci
Fred Masterman, AI DiRocco, Charles Colavec
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Bocek, Paul Ross, Morley Carl, Jerry Silbergeld, Larry DeMartino, THIRD ROW: Leonard Permon, Barry Rose, John Mariano, Warren
The Key Club is an outstanding service organization in High School. Notable achievements of the club
Eddy, James Nawrocki, Jerry Wendt, Joe Jambro.
during the past few years are the polishing of the school trophies, establishment of the office intercommunica-
tion system, donations to the school record library and to the general school fund.
Officers for the year include, Angelo LaDuca, president, David MacFarlane, vice president, Leonard
Longley, secretary, Walter Buehl, treasurer, Paul Ruben, historian, and Warren Eddy, program chairman.
Mr. Sam Rotella is faculty advisor.
The Forensic Society is one of the oldest-school sponsored organizations in N.F.H.S. Devoted to the
learning and use of correct public speaking, this society combines good fellowship with the learning of this
useful art. Because the membership is limited to twenty-four boys, definite requirements must be met to become
a member of the organization. One must make a three to five minute speech on a topic of his own choosing
and then participate in a discussion with the members of the group.
In the course of the year each boy acts as host, as the bimonthly meetings are held at the homes of the
members. Programs consist of extemporaneous talks, prepared speeches, group or panel discussions, talks by
guest speakers on topics of current interest, or entertainment.
With the fine tradition the Forensic Society has built up, we hope we may continue to be one at the
leading school organizations and with the aid of our advisor Mr. Mark R. Bedford, may continue to foster good
public speaking in N.F.H.S.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dale Ursprung, Tom Marr, Ed Stiles. SECOND ROW: Neil Harris, Richard Tyran, Fred Moir, David McFarlane
Steve Davis, Angelo La Duca. THIRD ROW: James Milne, Jerry Silbergeld, Morley Carl, John Mariano, Robert Armstrong, Mr. M. R
Bedford, Jeswald Salacuse, John Noone, Alan Ellis, Anthony Ciccari.
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FIRST ROW, Lett to R:ght: Chuck Colavecchia, Anthony Quarontillop John Ciavaglia, Nick Tate, Bob Weberg Jerry Casper, Pat McCune
Dove Kinsley, Pete Julian. SECOND ROW: Ellis MacSporran, Manager, Dan Potote, John Jackson, Chuck Petersonf Bill Schotz, Manlio
DeSantis, Al Massotti, Phil Meranto, Paul Hartenburger, Carl Carmang Frank Alongi, Manager, Mike O'Laughlin, Coach.
When the Niagara Falls Nine take the tield this spring, they
will try to make tive consecutive championships in the Niagara Frontier
League. Lost year's team chalked up a season's record of l2 wins and
2 loses. Niagara Falls beat Jamestown to clinch the sectional playotls.
Bob lRed1 Weber who in tour years contributed enormously to the
team, hnished up his High School career with a sparkling record ot
l9 wins and 2 loses. Coach "Mike" Olaughlin will have on his l955
squad, Chuck Colavecchia, Dave Kinsley, Chuck Peterson, Jerry
Casper, Harold Terry, Phil Meranto, Jim Ritchlin, Al Massotti, Dan
Potote, John Jackson, Bill Schotz and Paul Hartenlourger. We hope
they will have as successful a season as the '54 team.
Many ot "Doc" Parsons' veterans from last year will be back this year in the N.F.L.
"Doc" will be counting on these boys to do it again in the traditional red and gray style. He won't have
the greats of last year, but he says, "his griders ot 55 will do an equally good iota." Veterans from last
year's squad are Claude Diggs, Paul lrish, Lou Morell, Dave Gullet, John Jackson, Benny Pasco, Ed White, Ralph
Bennett, and Jerry Calendrelli.
Among Doc's heroes of last year were lanky Dick Klimecko who came within one Inch of an N.F.L. record.
Our record for last year was third in the A.A.A. and second in the N.F.l.. Our only two defeats came at the
hands of Kenmore and North Tonawanda.
Niagara Falls High is again looking forward to a successful season for the '55 Track Team.
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Gordon Slipko, Phil Meronto, Jerry Colondrellig Ken Slonis, Tony Gollog Bill Schotz, Fred Prinz, Mr. S. Rotello,
J.V. Coach, SECOND ROW: Jack Egger: John Biasucci, Joe Bruno, Tim Trzecik, John Jackson, Joe McCrae. THIRD ROW: Jack Rufraro,
Ronald Mort, Louis Marino, Charles Peterson, Mike Ventry, FOURTH ROW: Ted Vieleg Otis Cowart.
Niagara Falls High Opponents
l7 56 Trott
Jan. 7 69 Lockport
ll 64 N. Tonavvanda
l4 65 LaSalle
l8 59 Kenmore
2l 62 Lackawanna
Feb. l 76 Tonowanda
4 56 Trott
ll 58 Lockport
l5 6l N. Tonavvanda 48
l8 49 LaSalle 47
Led by 6 4 Torn Truesdale, scoring ace of the
season as league champions. Traditional rival LaSalle
almost upset the Cataracts but Elliot Putnam's throw
to Casper in the last 5 seconds ot the game, enabled
Casper to make the winning tally. With veterans
Fred Gandt and Al Massotti the steadying tactor
throughout the season, Claude Diggs' and Jerry
Casper's fine defensive efforts, and the able bench
strength ot Ron Granieri, Elliot Putnam and Otis
Cowart, the l954-55 season ot the Niagara Falls
High School Varsity Basketball closed successfully,
Junior Varslty Basketball
Dec. lO 58 Tonawanda 44 NFL., the Cataracts emerged tor the third straight
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Finishing the season with tive wins, tour losses,
and one tie, the varsity swimming team gained the
league's third spot. Diver, Lou Morell, suttered a lone
defeat in the campaign tinal, while backstrolcer,
Bryce Dailly, and treestyler, Bill Williamson, were also
Losing six seniors, Coach "Dove" Reeser neverthe-
less has a fine nucleus tor next year's squad. Boys
swimming their tinal season include co-captains Lou
Morell and Paul Irish, Gordon Tyson, Jack McCracken,
Dan Potote, and John Noone.
FIRST Row, Left to Right: Jim
Shields, Bill Touchette, .lim An-
drews, James Engle. SECOND
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Rhode, Romay Ganzes, Pete
Siger. STANDING, Larry Carel-
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Cord, Mr. D. Reeser, Coach.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right, Gor-
don Tyson, John Noone, Lou
Morrell, Paul Irish, ,Iohn Mc,
Cracken, SECOND ROW, Larry
Corelle, Manager, Robert Arm-
strong, Bill Williamson, Bryce
Daily, Howard Noonan, Mr. D.
Reeser, Coach. THIRD ROW,
Daniel Potote, Bob Donley,
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Lackawanna . 4,5 NF 11, 10
Lewiston Porter O, NF T5
Kenmore 7,l0 NF 8,5
Atter a year's absence, NFHS Golfers reioined the Niagara Frontier League and gained a first place
tie with a 7-l record. Coach John Sharp's crew split matches with Kenmore to acquire 'top honors.
Members of the team were Bob Emmens, Tom Metzler, Bob Armstrong, Hank Lisowski, and Elliot Putnam.
Returning to league action, Coach Ed Statiord's netters finished with an even 7-7 record to clinch
fourth place. Comprising the team were Ben Johns, Jesse Sabin, Sonny Sanfilippo, Walter Romanek,
James Ritchlin, Frank Sacco, Fred Krueger, Ralph Meranto, and Michael Alonzo.
Tonawanda . 5,5 NF 0,0
Lockport .4,4 NF l,l
W' Trott . 0,2 NF 5,3
ll' :sy LaSalle . , 0,2 NF 5,3
l' Lackawanna , l,O NF 4,5
Kenmore 2,5 NF 3,0
North Tonawanda . , 5,4 NF 0,l
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Peggy McCaulfp Frances Leviltf Arlene Raspa, Captain. SECOND ROW: Carole Campbellg Patricia Suppleg
Gail Thompsang Joan Minicuccig Judy Harvey, Phyllis Dlugoz,
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FERST ROW, Lefr To Right: Barbara Deliazio, Captain, Reb ecca Martin. SECOND ROW: Mercu
Sandra Colctfag Darlene Wasenkog Brenda Lenz?
Rosalie Scotty Virginia Taro,
Joan Wilcoxp Pau
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Elizabeth Coughling Stephanie Christoh.
SECOND RON: Joanne Birrninghamf Sue Crattsf Pat Berdickg
Ruby Porter, Grace Boganf Karen Connell
One ot the most enioyable sports at l-ligh School
tor the girls is basketball, This game is very tast and
takes good coordination tor an exciting game, As
the girls work together, they learn howto get along
with people and work with them.
Under the direction ol Miss Florence Morse, we
have a round robin elimination tournament among
the homerooms. Many ot the homerooms are com-
bined so the teams may have substitutes. The games
are played atter school on Tuesday and Wednesday
nights with one game on each court.
The girls themselves ofticiate at the games, They
take turns so that each girl has a chance as reteree,
urnjuire, timekeeper, and score keeper.
Basketball is one ot the outstanding sports ot the
year and everyone in some way participates whether
it be playing, cheering, or just giving moral suppcrt
On this page are pictured the i2th grade winners.
The l lth grade tournament had not started when our
book went to press. Pictured below are the llth
grade girls who act as reterees tar the tournaments.
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Andrews SECOND ROXN Lynna Sedlak Dane Vvilson Donna
Nickerson Mary Ann Ge es Janet Holstrom Lnda Gibbs
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carol Brotzer, Barbara Ohneth, Emmie Lou Diaz, Edna Wilson, Willa Showers, Mercuria Scrufari, SECOND
ROW, Idiving boardi Marion Pinzotti, Sut Crafts, Elizabeth Coughlin, Darlene Wasenko, Blanche Freeman, Dorothy Sitek, Emily Craw-
ford, Beverly Myers: Bfendfl Lenz: Pat DiNot0: Joan Krueger. THIRD ROW, Miss M. McDougall, Mary Lou Stone, Pamela French,
Genie Garey, Rita Ciurezak, Henrietta Cicero, Barbara Schumacher.
Life Saving is a course that benefits everyone. Safety in and on the water and the ability to assist or rescue
a person in danger of drowning are the objectives of the Water Safety and Life Saving Course. After the
course a girl will be able to obtain iobs at swimming pools or summer camps.
This year we have 26 girls enrolled under the Hne direction of Miss Mary McDougall, our swimming
Many of the girls interested in swimming help our instructor, Miss Mary McDougall, in all the swimming
classes. Invaluable experience in leadership teaches the leader how to understand and evaluate the needs
of her pupil. She learns the details of the stroke or activity thus enabling her to better her own performances.
Leadership involves keeping friendly relations with the pupil and requires patience and sympathy on the
part of the swim leader.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right1Jaanne Meacham, Edna Wilson, Darleen Wasenke, Genie Garey, Gail Shultenburg, Mary Ann Modi,
Phyllis Sowicki, Joan Dulgarian, Margaret Ann Fratello, Elizabeth Coughlin, Janet Kantanista, Peggy McCouIf, Phyllis Dlugoz, Brenda
Lenz, Annie Ruth Ferrara. SECOND ROW, Left to Right, Emmie LOU DIGS: Willa Showers, PGI DINOVO, Edvth MGYSIOVICIO BGVLJOVO
Schurnacker, Shirley Mack: Jeanne Platt, Claudia Reed, Mary Rose Piro, Pamela French, Lynn Grimes, Pat Hcrbatowski, Gerry Halter,
Nancy Hurtienne. THIRD ROW, Left to Right: Henrietta Cicero, Ruby Rieffanaugh, Barbara Zankowski, Pat Supple, Blanche Freeman,
Florence Skrlin, Gail Sparling, Sally Renda, Gwen Cuttaia, Joan Krueger, Vincinette Morinello, Jane Ann Rundell, Carol Rommel,
Victoria Fleck, Jane McGhee, Jean Partinski, Alice Pagan, Kathryn England, Miss McDougall. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Dorothy
Sitek, Barbara Obneth, Gerri Konecki, Dorothy Castek, Barbara Butry, Ilene Lowery, Mary Lou Stone, Loretta Young, Nancy Henderson,
Virginia DerOhanessian, Rosalie Scott. DIVING BOARD, Anne Lockwaad,' Karen Connell, Marion Pinzotti, Tanis Pedlow, Frances Mac-
donald, Carol Brotzer, Mercuria Scrufari, Sharon Kane, Myla Musser,
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Anne McNulty, Joan Andrewsp Barbara Andrews, Lynn Brooks,
Badminton is becoming a better known sport aT High School. Even The
swimming Team extends a hand to the racket, on Tuesday and Wednesday after
school when the girls play.
This year in The 12th grade singles Tournament, Sue Crafts came out on
top, defeating Gail Thompson. ln the doubles Marge Kaczinski and Nancy
Hurtienne defeated Sue Crafts and Mary Anne McNulty.
The Juniors held Their doubles tournament with Becky Martin and Judy
Melnotte defeating Judy Andrews and Barbara Andrews,
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Last yea , in Hth ode Joan Soluri defeated Kqfen C 'nnell 22-20 and,f2i-T6 to win the girls' singles.
In the doubles "cont t .loan Soluri and Joan Slelesrdzlffifljed Kareng fonnell and goanfkraeger 8-2l,'!
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Volley Ball Champions
The Girls' Volleyball Tournament started early in October and
ended a week before Thanksgiving. The games were scheduled to
be played on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The results were as follows:
Twelfth grade winning homeroom, lO3 and TO4 with Joann Birming-
ham, Captain, Pat Berdick, Beverly Biehl, Grace Bogan comprising
the team from lO3 and from lO4 Jacquelyn Campbell, Captain, Sarah
Britman, Lynn Brooks, Frances Cabello, Carole Campbell and Donna
Lee Divens. Tied for second place were: Homeroom l53 with Karen
Connell, Captain, Barbara Collins, Elizabeth Coughlin, Joyce Coulis,
Sue Crafts, Mary Drabczyk and Stephanie Christoff. Also homerooms
T56 and 206 with Nancy Hurtienne, Captain, Margaret Ann Fratello,
Pamela French and Maureen Hailey from T56 and from 206 Margaret
Kaczynski, Captain, Phyllis Gray, Nancy Henderson, Janet Kantanista,
Gloria Kleidys, Yvonne Klino, Geraldine Konecki.
The llth grade winning homerooms were 355 and 401. The runner
up for the ilth grade was homeroom 305.
The gym leaders are doing a fine iob helping Miss Morse and Miss
McDougall during their free periods. Among the many duties per-
formed by the girls are refereeing the inter-class games and taking
care of the attendance. They also aid the teachers in marking tests.
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Pat Whisker,
June Wright, Darlene Wasenko, Peggy Weller,
Barbara Yandian, Margie Weaver, Diana
Wilson, SECOND ROW: Grace Bogan, Sarah
Britrnan, Barbara Butry, Lynn Brooks, Pat
Berdick, Jacquelyn Campbell, Beverly Biehl,
Frances Cobello, Joann Birmingham, Jose-
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW, Anne Marie Rus-
nock, Sharon Pierce, Grace Matthews, Gail
Shultenburg. SECOND ROW, Florence Skrlin,
Deanna Spencer, Blanche Freeman, Elizabeth
Coughlin, Mary Pitonyak, Pat Supple, Annie
Ruth Ferrara, Joyce Drozdowski, Kathryn
England, Peggy McCoulf, Pat LeSacchi. THlRD
ROW: Thierly Barksdale, Mary Rose Piro, Jane
Rundell, Pat Berdick, Sheila Lynch, Dolores
Bogclovitz, Tanis Pedlow, Gail Thompson,
Louise Forcucci, Margaret Ann Fratello, Bar-
bara Lake, Dolores Laska, Pamela French,
Ruby Rieffanaugh, Shirley Evans, Ruby Porter,
Nancy Hurtienne. FOURTH ROW: Barbara
Butry, Delia Duffy, Lottie Jones, Jacky Camp-
bell, Mary Ventry, Sue Crafts, Barbara Zan-
kowski, Mary Ann Padla, Gerri Konecki,
Margie Kaczynski, Pat Farella.
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esa Surman. SECOND ROW: Lynn Grimes, Gwendolyn Cuttaia, DeIia.Duffy, Pamela
French, Frances Macdonald, Becky Martin, Gail Thompson. 2 ,ZX L' ' if
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son sparked to victory over Frances Macdonald, 6-2, 6-4. In the Senior doubles Pam French and Delia Dufiy
defeated Karen Connell and Joan Krueger, IO-8, 2-6, 6-4.
The Juniors also carried out an exciting tournament. In the singles Becky Martin and Gwen Cuttaia were
the singles winners due to bad weather at the time of the hnal game. In the doubles, Lynn Grimes and Gloria
La Point defeated Theresa Surman and Barbara Martin for their victory.
The games were played after school and they added to the girls' sports program.
Under the able supervision of Miss M. McDougall, the sixteen girls' bowling teams had a very successful
season. The girls were very enthusiastic in their try for the prizes which were awarded at their annual bowl-
ing banquet. The tournament was conducted in round-robin fashion with each team attempting to win the
greatest number of games. Great improvement was noted in the scores by the end of the season.
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Jacqueline Campbell, Stephanie Christoff, Evelyn Hare
Pat Beningo, Theresa D'AvoIio, Joan Andrews, Diane Caterina. SECOND ROW.
Donna Greene, Beverly Myers, Lorraine Kuiawa, Lynn Brooks, Bernice Wittkopp, Ann
Lockwood, Judy Melnotte, Pat Paterson, Peggy McCouIf.
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Hellenic members elected Dolores Laska, Presi-
dent, William Ogden, Vice-President, and Pris-
cilla Hutson, Secretary-Treasurer for this school
LEFT To RIGHT: Mr, J. Moran, William Ogden, Raymond Schultz, Paul
irish, George Milanovich, Mary Pitonyak, Priscilla Hutson, Dolores
Laska, Barbara Milanovich. SECOND ROW: George Von Fuchs, Richard
Spencer, Veronica Dawson, Mary Bongiorno, Emmie Lou Dias.
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gram. Christmas lngathering, Friday Night Canteen, and the annual spring picnic are sponsored by lnter-club.
Highlighting this year's activities was the successful Penny Carnival, the proceeds of which went to the
Y.W.C.A. centennial tund. Inter-club has as its otticers Josephine Disparti, President, Louise Forcucci, Vice-
President, Joan Krueger, Secretary, Ann Lockwood, Treasurer, and ,is under the advisorship ot Miss Roberta
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Marie Lops, Sheila Tobin, Louise Forcucci, Sally Cicero,
Jacqueline Joseph, Josephine Disparti, Sandra Byrne, Lynn
Brooks. SECOND ROW: Carol Cyphers, Betty Ungaro, Jane
Glover, Mary Ann Padlo, Joyce Coulis, Carol Stevens, Ales-
sandro Teechio, Jackie Fernandez, Ann Lockwood, Karen
FIRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: Ralph Meranto, David Kinsley, Sonny Mllanovich, Paul irish, Ronald Smigmator, Robert McNally, SECOND
ROW: Bill Touchette, Dan Gornell, Frank DiGiovine, Bob Barone, Vito Sabett, Robert Grabek, Tom Jackowslci, Sam Pascuzzi, Ronald
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The Alpha Chapter at the Alpha Theta Kappa Fraternity is novv celebrating its twenty-third year ot
existence. Nine new members were inducted. They have sponsored many successful activities during the past
year. The 23rd Annual Dance, the Kappa Kruise, presenting the Kappa Athletic trophy to the school, donat-
ing Easter Baskets to the Children's Ward of Memorial Hospital, are only a few of these activities, ln .lune a
beach party vvas held in honor of the graduating seniors, and to celebrate a year ot success.
SEATED LEFT To RIGHT: Sonny Milon-
ovich, Jr. Masterg Paul Irish, Mas-
ter. STANDING: David Kinsley,
Scribep Ronald Smigmator, Wardenp
Ralph Merantc, Prefect.
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Recording Secretary, Delores Capalupo
President, Miss Ann Mac Lead, Advisor
Sally Hare, Vice-President. STANDING
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Beta Alpha Sigma
The Alpha Chapter of the Beta Alpha Sigma Sorority started the year '54-'55 with its annual Rush Tea.
Six weeks of pledging ended with the Induction Dinner. During their weeks of pledging, one of the major
eftorts undertaken by the pledges was the rattling of a cashmere sweater. The pledges also knitted afghan
squares which were later sewn into an afghan and presented to the War Veterans at the Buffalo Hospital, A
Thanksgiving basket was presented to a needy family in the city. Twenty orphan children were the guests
at a Christmas party where each member presented her guest with a gift. A Christmas party for the members
was also held. After the holiday festivities plans were started for the April dance.
LEFT To RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Beverly Ortner, Sylvia Pitonyak, Carol Yanek, Virginia Zelinsky. SECOND ROW: Shirley Pierce, Sally Hare,
Delores Capulupo, Miss Ann Mac Leod, Patricia Merino, Julie Volpe. THIRD ROW: Margaret Macleod, Sharon House, Joan Wilcox,
Patricia Supple, Maureen Supple, Jackie Evans, Beverly Biehl, Carole Campbell, Patricia Edwards, Mary Ann Westland.
FIRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: Mary Pasquale, Helen Winters, Jacqueline Attica, Adele Christiana Gilda Celeste Penny Appoloney
Juliet Aceti. SECOND ROW: Carol Boniello, Catherine Surace, Thelma Ferrara, Nancy Rislo Marion Pinzotti Phyllis Carbone Eleanor
Cooke. THIRD ROW: Marie DelGrosso, Rose Marie Antonucci, Santino Caridi, Marion Ochab Dorothy Fabir Dorothy Sitek Dorothy
Dahlgren, Judy Close, Jessie Brind.si, Mary Craclmnell, Mary Commisso, Peggy Warrick
Among the many activities of the Beta Chi were service protects a tashion show card parties and
skating parties. Beta Chi is an organization sponsored by the Red Feather Agencies
SFATFD, LEFT To RIGHT: Ja:lue Fernandez,
Sergeant at Arms, Sandy Techio, Pzesidert
Jacqueline Joseph, Treasurer, Joyce Bar
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Paula Lutz, Recordrg Secretary.
SEATED, LEFT To RIGHT: Mr, J, Grana, Advisor,
Mr. A. Grana, Co-advisor, Jerry Joseph, Vice'
President, Angelo Massaro, President, Vincent
Chiarenza, Recording Secretary, Ron Granieri,
Treasurer. STANDING, LEFT To RlGHT: Orlando
Marra, Chaplain, Bob Lozina, Pledge Master,
Don Paonessa, Sergeant at Arms, Frank Sacco,
The purpose at the Beta Hi-Y is to create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community
high standards at Christian character. This year as in the past twenty-tive years, the active brothers ot the
Beta Hi-Y have successfully upheld the high ideals ot their worthy organization. Under the advisorship ot
Mr. Julie Grana and Mr. Anthony Grana, the Betas during the past school year, have conducted various
charitable activities tor the benefit ot the community.
FIRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: Sam Battaglia, Larry Ghoughasian, Russel Murriglio, James Pino. SECOND ROW: Mr. J. Grana, Mr. A.
Grana, Jerry Joseph, Angelo Massaro, Vincent Chiarenza, Dom Paonessa. THIRD ROW: Orlando Marra, Richard Juron, Phil Meranto,
Jerry Lavassur, John Firth, Bob Lozina, Phil Graft, Ron Granieri, Tino Rozini, Phil Alterio, Michael Augustino, Frank Sacco, Robert
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All that was best in Ancient Chivalry lies now in the Order at Delvlolay. It is an international fellowship
ot young men between the ages of fourteen and twenty-one.
DeMolay has tor its purpose, the teaching of clean and upright living by practicing the virtues of rever-
ence, love ot parents, patriotism, courtesy, and fidelity. The supreme etiort is to create leaders and develop
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Gamma Delta Psi, one of the only tvvo International l-ligh School Fraternities in the world, was founded
in l879 at l-laryard University.
Alpha Eta Chapter, chartered at Niagara Falls High School, has an active membership ol thirty brothers.
The purpose ol the Fraternity is to promote social enioyment and mutual benetit.
FlRST ROW, LEFT To RlGHT: Larry Carella, Alex Dobrasz, Joe Bruno, Jack Rufrana, Robert Chabala, Bruce Coutts, Jim Salerno, Louie
Alangi, Ross DEBacco. SECOND ROW: Howard St, John, ,lim Siluaggi, Lon Lonberger, Ron Mont, Richard Fermoile, Dick Eisarnan, Bryce
Dailly, Ralph Bennett, Richard Sdaa, Larry Vagnozzi, Chuck Stevens.
FlRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: Bob Plumeri, Sonny Barone, Ron Carieri, Julius Schapel, Ronald Corsaro, Harold DiRomio. SECOND ROW:
Sal Pace, Larry Scaletta, Frank Alofg Erhe Fusrllo, Charles Caccamrfe, Mke Laps THlRD ROW. Benny Pasco, Joe Sparacio, Pete
Vaccavella, Ralph Scozzalava, F'anl- Pc-della, Jitcli Stalls, Ronald Fadel, Peter Elalenti, Robert Soulerr, Robert Aquino, Mario Posserc
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The Gamma Phi l-liAY has completed a very successful year with its many activitiesfand'worthwhile
projects, under the guidance ol Mr, Charles Caccamise.
The proiect highlighting the year was the Annual and Miss" Red Feather Dance, from which the
proceeds were donated to the Community Chest.
Other activities included the Hi-Y Nighter's Club, Hi-Y Area Assembly, and participation in the statewide
l-li-Y Government Program at Albany, Gramma Phi also has a strong interest in sports with a football team
and, a basketball team.
SEATED, LEFT To RlGHT: Charles Coccamise,
Advisor, Ernie Fusillo, President. STANDlNG:
Frank Alongi, Vice-President, Larry Scaletta, x
Secretary, Michael Laps, Treasurer. '
FiRST ROW, LEFT To Right: Virginia Gugino, Rachel Wright, Pat McClintock. SECOND ROW: Rose Marie Pullo, Miss Dorothy Beck,
Rose Marie Micon, Beverly Boyd, Beatrice Bofvrrarr, Sandra Arbanas TrllRD ROW, Sandra Vvaezak, Betty Adams, Ella Toussaint,
Evelyn Black, Lrnda Lockwood, Alice lrleidenrrech, Sylvrra trfacey, N na Dean, Brenda Thompson, Karen Lake, Judy Conte, Nancy
A swittly growing organization, Gamma Rho Y-Teens this year
welcomed torty new members. The successful tour week pledge period
was highlighted with numerous service protects. Money was donated
toward the organization ot a new school tor mentally retarded
children in Niagara Falls. Other protects included dances, bake sales,
skating and card parties, and rummage sales.
During the Thanksgiving Season, the club made tavors tor children's
hospitals and rest homes.
Gamma Rho was also active in the annual Community Chest drive.
Spring activities included the third annual Mother and Daughter
Tea, a spring formal tashion show, and the i955 lnternational Cen-
tennial Conterence which several Gamma Rho members attended in
New York City.
Culminating a successful year were the annual senior banquet and
a club picnic in early summer.
FIRST ROW LEFT To RIGHT: J. Glover,
Sergeant at Arms, L. Brooks, Program
Chairman, K. Connell, Pres., C. O'Kain,
Vice-pres., A. Lockwood, Corresponding
Sec. SECOND ROW: S. Cicero, Publicity
Mgr., J. Disparti, Treas., S, Barrett,
Historian, J. Krueger, Recording Sec., G.
Roll, Pledge Mistress.
FIRST ROW, LEFT T: RTGHT: Vincinette Morrello, Josephine Drsparti, Sally Cicero, Joan Krueger, Marrlyn Clapp, Faye Mariano, Joan
Fry SECOND ROR. Jan- Glover, Lyrn B o:-- Win" Connell, JL-art ii.!,:':1'r, J Advisor, Arr Leawood, Sue Barrett Tl'llRD RON,
Ruby Porter, Da sy' A 'rrey Barbara Lake, : Dsify, Sne-rfii Tobrn rV1:Q: rr-,t Ann Fratello, Pat Moore, Nancy Grotto, Mary Ralf",-
Glorra Roll, Walter Nas- Ashley, Nrary Lou Ru ct, Colleen O'Kain.
FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Tompkins, William Williamson, Joe Carlo, John McCracken, Bruce Enyeart, Bill Ogden. SECOND
ROW: Bill Schatz, George Wynes, David Gullett, James Ritchlin, Ray Schultz, Jerry Casper. THIRD ROW1 Mr. William Herald, William
Zgonce, Howard Noonan, Mike Trubisky, Jack Walsh, Nick Babyak, Edward Heider, John Biasucci, Tim Treziak, Louis Marino. FOURTH
ROW: Carl Brenner, John Christopher.
This school year has been one that will be remembered by all members ot Gamma Sigma. First, tribute was
paid to the school tootball team at our annual Pigskin Prom. Gamma Sigma also won the Niagara Falls
High School Fraternity Football League Championship with an impressive record. Five new members were
inducted into the brotherhood at the annual Father and Son banquet. Gamma Sigma contributed gener-
ous amounts to charity both in national and local drives. The social tunctions were highlighted by many
ioint parties with sororities.
FIRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: George Wynes,
Vice-president, John McCracken, President,
Mike Trubisky, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr.
WiIIiamAHeroId, Advisor, Joe Carlo, Marshal,
Robert Tompkins, Treasurer, James Ritchlin,
Corresponding Secretary. Father and Son Banque!
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so, Corresponding Secretary, Joan Tra-
passo, Advisor, Carol Cyphers, President:
Louise Shalcariian, Jr, Advisor. SECOND
ROW: Inez Mistretta, Sergeant at Arms,
Betty Ungaro, Vice-President: Louise For-
Phi Gamma Beta
Phi Gamma Beta is one ot the fastest growing clubs at the Y this year. Starting with a small group
ot old members, the club now numbers torty-tive, With two new advisors this year, the Misses Joan Traposso
and Louise Shalcarjian, the club has undertaken many new proiects. The tall program began with a big
dinner tor new and old members and was tollowed by a card party, bake sales and other proiects
sponsored 'by the club. Much credit goes to the otticcrs ot the club tor their untiring etlort in building the
group into one of the top clubs of the YWCA.
FIRST ROW, LEFT To RIGHT: Dorothy Kriouse, Diane Paczynslci, Sally Molinciro, Pat DiNoto. SECOND ROW: Joan Borghetto, Carolyn
Crossley, Pat Sabatine, Anita Forgione, Joar Bloom, Emily Heath. THIRD ROW: Donna Greene, Lydia McElwain, Patricia Sikora, Jean-
ette Maturarii, Sally Miller, Elste Paglino, Janet Sczivano, Peggy Conway, Pat Farella, Mary Ann Ruscftfo, Dot Stlcora, Blanche Klimeclco.
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N,ercu'ia Scruiari, SECOND ROVX1 Nancy Biro, Dolores Gonzalez, Arlene Ligornfnari, Ji,dy Tutt, Beverly Oruner, Janice Lambert, Betty
Bernadawiz, Annette Monezynski, Janice Karbcwski, Doris Sensabougri, Jeanette Allotto Olga DfAntuono.
Phi Sigma Phi
lliis year tive Plii Sigma Plni Yeteen ltelcl its annual banauet at the Sheraton Brock Hotel, Bake sales,
liayrides and rummage sales were a few ot tlte groupe activities, Plans were also underway tor tlte annual
"Know Your Nations" trip taken by the Y-Teens during tlie Easter Holidays.
FlRST ROW, LEFT To RlG-HT: Fay Clonta, Vice
President, Nancy Kane, Advisor, Marilyn
Mlls, President SECOND ROVV1 Nannette
Tyrell, Pulalfity Cnairrnon, Rita Ciurezalc, Ser-
geant at Arrnsg Mercuria Scrutari, Treasurer,
Henrietta Cicero Secretary. Dime, Gi the Brock
MIM Annual Christmas Formal
Founded near Jcuse in l9l9, Sigma Psi Fraternity Incorporated has eight chapters throughout the
Western New York area. Nu Chapter, consisting of twenty-two members, under the advisorship ot Mr. Mark
R. Bedford, has a constructive and beneficial curriculum consisting ot: The Annual Christmas Night Formal,
basketball, football, the Mother and Son plus the Father and Son banquets, and many others. '
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: George Von Fuchs, Dick Spencer, Joseph Elia, Edmond Stiles, George Briggs, John Mansour, Don Rupert,
Dale Ursprung, John Dobrasz, SECOND ROW: William Whitham, Charles Bash, Peter Coyle, Richard Tyron, James Miller, David
McGowan, Mr. M. Bedford, advisor, Jesswald Salacuse, Richard Margioson, Darry Henneman, James Schwoob, Bruce Johnson, Gary
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Pat Seaman, Lynn Bair, Muriel Bradt, Joan Hager, Marion Forbes, Joyce Pletcherf Judy Modig Barbara
Legge. SECOND ROW: Joann Birminghamg Veronica Davvsong Joann Pagep Blanche FreemangMiss Patricia Swittg Carolyn Meitzg Yvonne
Madayg Ruth Johnston. Tl-llRD ROW: Sandra Sturdevantg Donna Niclcersonp Joellen Valleyp Virginia Cummings, Nancy Muisenerg Linda
Gibbsp Diane Wilson, Lynna Sedlakg Sue Traubg Lee Richards, Phyllis Gray, Mary Anne Modii Marian Danko, Kathleen Johnston.
NOT PICTURED: Yvonne Tuscher.
Theta Lambda Chi
T-True Friendship L-Loyalty to Sisterhood C-Courage Undaunted
H-Healthtul Living A-Ability to Progress l-l-Helpful to All
E-Eternal Faith M-Mystic Enchantments l-Intellectual Minds
T-Triumphant Victory B-Beneficial Activities
SlTTlNG, Left to Right: Blanche Free' A
-Adrnirable Qualities D-Determined Purpose
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Yvonne Maday, Recording Secretary,
STANDING: Veronica Dawson, Grand
Recorder, Ruth Johnson, Publicity Man-
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Joanne Page, Treasurerg .loan Birming-
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Theta Rho Iota
Theta Rho Iota Y-Teens began their fall program with a paiama party. Next came the annual Pledge
Dinner to honor the new members. As their part in the Y-Teen Penny Carnival, the club put on a side show
with the pledges acting as the attractions. Other activities in which they participate are ofhcers' retreat, the
Christmas lngathering ceremony, and the various Y-Teen conferences. Through the year the girls work together
planning fund-raising projects for the "Know Your Nation" trip taken in the Spring.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Kay McKenna, Kathy Washburn, Shirley Mack, Josephine Chirenziag Maureen McKenna. SECOND ROW:
Carole Richardson, Barbara Butry, Mary Ann Padlo, Joyce Coulis, Pat Cutting, Nancy Henderson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Kankolenski,
Vincanetta Syracuse, Mary Ann Baboclc, Louise Catalano, Lorraine Wishowski, Barbara Ferguson, Theo Hellwigp Cynthia Kenny, Delores
Lesniak, Virginia Pero, Loretto Huozda, Teresa Hochadel.
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ROW: Agnes Fadelg Barbara Milonovichg Mary Ann Ferrittop Phyllis Reckerdg Janet Kantanistag Phyllis Dlugozg Linda Weaverg Theresa
D'Avoliop Paulette Bosso. THIRD ROW: Carol Rommelg Elaine Zitog Beverly Stempienp Nancy Manerinag Lois D'Ameliog Kathleen Levittg
Sandra Wadeg Barbara Merinog Barbara Sdaop Janice Barone. FOURTH ROW: Sandra Plumerig Joyce Archieg Barbara Stanekg Darlene
Dunng Madeline Catalanog Angie Ranelli, Elaine Sorourp Sharon Jacksong Leila Uhrip Pat Bakota.
Theta Xi Upsilon
Alpha Chapter of the Theta Xi Upsilon lnternational Sorority welcomed lo new members, last November.
Fund-raising protects tor the year included the "Bunny l-lop," held April 9 at the Hotel Niagara, a card party,
and a rummage sale. Baskets ot food and clothing were given by the girls to a needy family at Thanksgiving
and at Christmas. During the Lenten season the Upsilons participated in the Easter Seal campaign and spon-
sored a party forthe crippled children at Niagara Street Schogj. In Jijge, the departing seniors were honored
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President, SECOND ROW, Virginia Sherman, Treasurer, Becky
Martin, Recording Secretary, Cindy Aungier, Corresponding Sec-
retary, Sue Jackson, Historian.
Zeta Sigma Epsilon
The Beta Chapter of the Zeta Sigma Epsilon Sorority concluded another successful year with numerous
charitable, civic, and social activities. Assisting with the Cerebral Palsy Drive, sending clothes and gifts to their
adopted child in Germany, and aiding the Fire-man's Toy Fund were a few ot the proiects they participated
in. Plans got under way for the formation of a Delta Chapter of Zeta Sigma Epsilon to be established in
Lewiston. The highlight of each year was our annual Christmas dance, and it was a big success.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Diana Willers, Helgard Wienert, Sandra Richmond, Frances Macdonald, Marie Bongiorno, Emmie Lou
Dias, Jackie lNahl, Melinda Hill. SECOND ROW, Elizabeth Coughlin, Virginia Sherman, Becky Martin, Sue Crafts, Miss Joyce Nutting,
Advisor, Linda Neff, Cindy Angier, Sue Jackson. THIRD ROW, Beverly Brown, Gail Sparling, Lois Hammond, Emily Wallace, Nancy
Lang, Joyce Rose, Vivian O'Connar, Nadine Lennik, Linda Young, Louise Gillick, Pat Murphy, Gretchen Bauer, Mary Ann McNulty,
FlRST ROW, Left to Right: Mary Jane Dobrasz, Janet Wilson. SECOND ROW: Gail Thompson, Margie Weaverg Carol Reagan, Jeanne
Saraceni,tFrances Wustrakg Tanis Pedlow, Priscilla Hutsong Mary Pitonyak, THIRD ROW: Winifred Lynchg Marie Loverdeg Judy Mishg
Martha Williams, Barbara Gugino, Joan Zeifang, Judy Britton, Barbara Masters: Gail Jameison. FOURTH ROW: Mary Ann Leggett,
Marie Barone, Carol Coyle: Anne Auchmoody, Marilyn Deshler, Barbara Pitonyakg Audrey Woiickg Joan Braas, Donna Arms, Joyce
Ogden, Pat Kerns, Ellen Pedlow, Judy Melnotte, Mary Jane Baker.
Zeta Tau Iota
In November, eleven new members were inducted into the Zeta Tau Iota Sorority at the Hotel Niagara.
Handmade dolls were given tc needy children and also, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets were given
to needy families.
On October twenty-third the "Filth Annual Pledge Prcmf' was held with over two-hundred couples in
attendance. The "Christmas Formal" held December tvventy-seventh was also very successful.
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